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Global Optical Transceiver Market: Striding to 200G and 400G

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The demand for higher Ethernet speed, couple with the prevalence of Cloud computing, Internet of Things and virtual data center, has driven the prosperity of optical transceiver ma

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FS.COM 2017 – A Year Full of Gratitude and Appreciation

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2018 is coming. At the end of 2017, FS.COM has reviewed the whole year and concluded a keyword “innovation and development”. In 2017, we continuously improve product quality and pe

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Why CPAK Transceiver Is Different in 100G Solutions?

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With the rising demands for bandwidth from fast-growing cloud services and data centers, all network components are continuing to keep pace with the trend to meet the expectations

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Use High Speed Direct Attach Cable for Data Center Interconnection

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Cat5e copper cabling and 1000BASE-T have dominated data center interconnection application for several years, however, the upgrading to 10GE, 40GE and beyond poses a significant hi

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QSFP BiDi — 40GbE Over LC Duplex Multimode Fiber

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Growing data center consolidation, higher-performance servers, and increasing application density on virtualized servers are driving network capacity demands to levels previously u

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Development of 40GBASE iSR4 QSFP+ Transceiver

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Nowadays, 40G QSFP+ transceiver modules are widely deployed in optical network with various advantages, such as delivering excellent high speed optical/electrical performance coupl

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40GBASE LR4 QSFP Transceiver Links: CWDM and PSM

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As we all know, 40GBASE SR4 QSFP+ transceivers usually use a parallel multimode fiber (MMF) link to achieve 40G. It offers 4 independent transmit and receive channels, each capable

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Transceiver Module Maintenance Methods and Installation Tips

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As we all know, basically, a fiber optical transceiver consists of a transmitter and a receiver. When a transmitter connect with a receiver through a fiber but the system doesn’t a

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CFP Module Overview: CFP, CFP2, CFP4 & CFP8

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According to the report of IHS Infonetics, 100G will make up over 50% of data center optical transceiver transmission capacity by 2019. CFP/CFP2/CFP4 and QSFP28 are main components

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