The length of time an optical transceiver spends plugged into a switch and the amount and importance of the data it carries means that reliability is paramount. Ellen Manning looks at the rigorous testing procedures put in place to ensure maximum reliability.
Interconnection vendor Mellanox Technologies has begun shipping 200GbE Ethernet and InfiniBand HDR LinkX optical transceivers, active optical cables (AOCs) and direct attach copper cables (DACs) for use in upcoming 200Gb/s systems. Additionally, Mellanox is shipping 400G QSFP-DD DAC cables for use in next generation systems. The new LinkX 200Gb/s product line provides options for switch, […]Read More
Access network product vendor Applied Optoelectronics Inc (AOI), has announced interoperability between AOI’s 400G QSFP-DD SR8 and 400G QSFP-DD DR4 transceivers with Celestica’s industry-leading Silverstone DX400 400G switch platform. “As the 400G ecosystem matures, AOI continues to expand the interoperability of our 400G transceiver portfolio with Celestica’s 400G Ethernet switch. AOI is proud to partner […]Read More
Researchers in South Korea have developed rapid information processing technologies in anticipation of the next generation of the Internet. Researchers at the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) in South Korea have developed technology capable of sending packets of digital information at 25 Gbps – 10 times faster than currently available speeds. They say that […]Read More