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July 16, 2018

Which type to use? 8 types of copper patch cord UTP, STP, FTP etc.

Since twisted pair used in the data communication network, there are many types of terminology like UTP, STP, FTP etc for describing the twisted cable, these cables are used in the different environment like the high-performance data center, enterprise machine room, manufacturing facilities etc. Based on ISO/IEC 11801, there are 8 types of cables, please […]

July 11, 2018

FAQs for SFP+ Optical Transceivers

What does SFP+ stand for? Small Form-Factor Pluggable Plus. It is the second generation of the SFP interconnect systems designed for 10G performance. What is your standard turn around time for delivery? TARLLUZ carries high levels of inventory on standard lengths (0.5m, 1m, 1.5m, 2m, 2.5m, 3m, and 5m). Other lengths are available in 3 […]

July 5, 2018

Do you know polarity for MPO Adapter and MTP Adaptor?

Multi-fiber connectors contain “keys” which maintain defined fiber polarity when the connectors are mated together. MPO / MTP® adapters contain an asymmetrical housing including an inverted key to achieve the appropriate fiber polarity. On Type A adapters, the keys are inverted to ensure that the fiber at position 1 is connected to position 1 in […]

July 3, 2018

Fiber Optic Transceivers – Should You Buy Third Party QSFP28 Modules?

QSFP28 is short for Quad Small Form-factor Pluggable 28. It has become the dominant form factor for 100G networks. The interconnect offers four channels of high-speed differential signals with data rates ranging from 25 Gbps up to potentially 40 Gbps, and meets 100 Gbps Ethernet (4×25 Gbps) and 100 Gbps 4X InfiniBand Enhanced Data Rate […]

June 30, 2018

FAQs for QSFP+ Optical Transceivers

QSFP+ is short for Quad Small Form-factor Pluggable Plus. It is a compact, hot-pluggable transceiver used for data communications applications. The form factor and electrical interface are specified by a multi-source agreement (MSA) under the auspices of the Small Form Factor Committee. It interfaces networking hardware (such as servers and switches) to a fiber optic […]

June 25, 2018

FAQs for QSFP28 Optical Transceivers

The Quad Small Form-factor Pluggable (QSFP) is a compact, hot-pluggable transceiver used for data communications applications. The form factor and electrical interface are specified by a multi-source agreement (MSA) under the auspices of the Small Form Factor Committee. The QSFP28 standard is designed to carry 100 Gigabit Ethernet, EDR InfiniBand or 32G Fibre Channel. This […]

June 21, 2018

FAQs for 25G SFP28 Optical Transceivers

The small factor pluggable Transceivers (SFP28 Transceivers) is an optical module transceivers used for both telecommunication and data communication applications. The TARLUZ SFP28 is a high performance transceiver module for up to 25x Gigabit Ethernet data links over a single fibre pair. The maximum reach is 10km. This transceiver module is compliant with the SFP+ […]

June 11, 2018

Overview of 100G QSFP28 Optical Transceivers

QSFP28 fiber optic module has become the dominant form factor for 100G high-speed networks. The interconnect offers multiple channels of high-speed differential signals with data rates ranging from 25Gbps up to potentially 40Gbps, and meets 100Gbps Ethernet (4×25Gbps) and 100Gbps 4X InfiniBand Enhanced Data Rate (EDR) requirements. TARLUZ 100G QSFP28 optical transceiver including SR4, LR4, […]

June 5, 2018

Solid vs Stranded Cable – Which one should i Choose?

If you are on the fence as to whether you should use solid vs stranded cable, you are not alone. People all around the world struggle with this decision and there are no clear cut answers. The best option for you hinges on the nuances of your particular situation. Let’s take a look at the […]

June 1, 2018

OSFP vs. QSFP-DD

Introduction to OSFP The OSFP is a new pluggable form factor with eight high speed electrical lanes that will initially support 400 Gbps (8x50G). It is slightly wider and deeper than the QSFP but it still supports 36 OSFP ports per 1U front panel, enabling 14.4 Tbps per 1U. Since the OSFP is slightly wider […]