The Intel Silicon Photonics 100G CWDM4 QSFP28 optical transceiver is a small form-factor, high speed and low power consumption product, targeted for use in optical interconnects for data communications applications. The high bandwidth module supports 100GbE optical links over single-mode fibre, is compliant with CWDM4 MSA optical interface specifications and delivers reach up to 500m, 2km, or 10km.
Intel has launched its Xeon scalable platform, said to be the “highest-performance, most versatile data centre platform ever”. The company says that digital transformation is accelerating: “Every industry – transportation, retail, manufacturing, health care, professional services, even farming – is improving and streamlining through digital change. “Highly adaptable, software-defined, on- or off-premise clouds are replacing […]Read More
Intel Silicon Photonics optical transceivers enable data centres to cost-effectively deploy 100 Gigabit per second solutions. The 100G CWDM4 (Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing 4-lane) QSFP28 optical transceiver is a small form-factor, high-speed, and low power consumption product, targeted for use in optical interconnects for data communications applications. The high bandwidth module supports 100GbE optical links […]Read More
Ericsson and Intel say they have successfully completed the first 5G 3.5GHz multi-vendor, end-to-end Interoperability Developmental Test at a 5G field test in Beijing. Ericsson’s 5G radio testbed and Intel’s 5G client test platform showed what the partners called “excellent performance and stability”. The field test is said to be a significant milestone since China’s […]Read More