Tag Archives: 100G

October 30, 2018

How will SWDM and OM5 affecting your data center upgrade?

Currently, most of the data center are using OM3 and OM4 Multimode fiber to deploying 10G Ethernet. When we are updating from 40G and 100G, mostly we are using cost-effective QSFP-SR4 and QSFP28-SR4 Multimode transceivers with a multi-fiber interface. In the cabling infrastructure of the data center, abundant of duplex fiber and multi-fiber patch cord, […]

August 5, 2018

Update from 40G/100G to 400G Network

The demanding of higher bandwidth is stronger than ever before. This is driving the data center upgrade from 25G, 40G, 100G to 400G or more. Currently most of the data centers, enterprises, metros, and long haul networks are using cost-effective 40G or 100G connectivity. However, due to the bandwidth demanding, venders are starting to deploy […]

July 28, 2016

Optical cabling for 40G and 100G Data Center Network

Recommended cabling infrastructure deployments in the data center are based on guidance found in TIA-942 Telecommunications Infrastructure Standard for Data Centers. Using a distributed star topology in a structured cabling implementation provides the most flexible and manageable infrastructure. Many data center deployments today use the reduced topology described in TIA-942 where the horizontal distribution areas (HDAs) are […]

November 16, 2015

Datacom high-speed optical transceiver sales up 14% in 1H15: IHS

Sales of 10-, 40-, and 100-Gbps optical transceivers for datacom applications grew 14% year over year in the first half of 2015, says IHS (NYSE: IHS). Growing interest in 40G QSFP and 100G CFP/CFP2 helped spur datacom optical module sales to $752 million in that timeframe, according to the most recent “IHS Infonetics 10G/40G/100G Data […]

November 5, 2015

Russia’s ER-Telecom picks Ekinops for 100G upgrade

ER-Telecom, one of the three largest Internet and pay TV providers in Russia, has deployed Ekinops’ 360 optical system to provide 100G DWDM wavelengths over its nationwide network. Stretching over a distance of more than 5,000km, ER-Telecom’s network serves 56 cities across eastern and southern Russia. The operator turned to Ekinops when it needed to […]