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Fiber Optic Paves the Way to Internet of Things

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You are driving home when you receive an alert from your printer to pick up some ink, since it is running out. While picking up the printer ink, you receive an alert from your refr

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Cable Spaghetti: Server Room Cabling Nightmare

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  Spaghetti is one of the famous and delicious food in the world. However, when a bunch of noodles is in your server room but not your belly, it’s really a nightmare. Wh

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40G Migration Is Underway

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Optical communication industry is a rapidly growing field which is closely related to the growth of the economy and people’s daily life. Optical transceivers can be one of the mos

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CFP4 Transceivers Ready to Light Up New Generation of 100GbE Interfaces

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Global Internet traffic is constantly increasing at an eye-popping rate due to more Internet users and devices. In order to keep pace with this traffic, the Internet requires an up

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100 Gigabit Ethernet Optical Transceiver Solution

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100G Ethernet Develops Rapidly With the increasing demands of higher speed and greater bandwidth, more and more people are looking forward to the coming of 100G Ethernet. In fact,

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Name Brands vs Third-Party Transceivers: Which Do You Prefer?

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You may have a name brand network switch or a name brand router, but it doesn’t mean that you need to pay an expensive cost on name brand transceivers. Though many people sti

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8 Warning Signs: It’s Time for Data Center Upgrade

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The increasing use of platforms such as cloud, virtualization, big data or IT consumerization is driving data center demand. However, data center upgrade is a very complex, expensi

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An Infographic Tells You What Is Dark Fiber

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After learning the last week’s blog post about submarine cables, we know that as of 2014, there are 285 communications cables at the bottom of the ocean, and 22 of them are n

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