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Transceiver Optics and Connection for Brocade 7840 Extension Switch
July 26, 2016
Today’s IT organizations are under pressure to keep pace with the growing avalanche of data traffic between data centers and the changes driven by virtualized application wo
It’s Time to Use MTP Cassettes in Your Network!
May 6, 2016
MTP cassettes are used to break out the 12-fiber MTP connectors terminated on trunk cables into simplex- or duplex-style connectors. Simplex- and duplex-style jumpers can then be used to patch
Cabling Solutions for Extreme X670 Series Switch Data Center Deployment
March 30, 2016
Data centers today demand highly virtualized, converged, and scalable infrastructure. Cloud computing is driving the need for simplicity and cost efficiency from the net
40GBASE-SR4 QSFP+ Transceiver Interconnection Cabling
January 20, 2016
As we all know, the standard specifies MPO as a connector to the 40GBASE-SR4 QSFP+ transceiver. To connect a QSFP+ to QSFP+, we usually use a MTP 12-fiber trunk cable. In the 40GBASE-SR tr
Understanding Polarity in MPO System
October 29, 2015
MPO/MTP technology, which is of high density, flexibility and reliability with scalable, upgradeable properties, is one of the contributors that lead the migration to 40/100GbE. However, the network desig
Fiberstore MPO/MTP Cassettes and Trunk Cable Assemblies
February 15, 2014
MTP cassettes and cable assemblies take their name from the MPO/MTP connector, designed and introduced as a performance version of MPO connectors. MTP fiber systems are truly an innovati
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