ANGACOM 2022: Salumanus to show universal optical transceiver

Created April 29, 2022
Technologies and Products

Telecommunication networks specialist, Salumanus, is launching a universal optical transceiver alongside other solutions at Anga Com this year. The transceiver has been designed by GBC Photonics, Salumanus’ own production line, and is compatible with all network devices thanks to what the company calls the Simple Recode Device (pictured). Salumanus says the product can recode GBC Photonics’ optical transceivers to make them compatible with almost any interface, eliminating stock redundancies and providing a scalable and cost-effective solution for anyone who uses equipment form two or more vendors in their network. The solution is now updated with a new software version, which allows users to access their transceivers’ data on all major platforms, including Apple.

“We are excited to bring the universal optical transceivers for the first time in an international setting and share it with experts and enthusiasts,” comments Andrzej Wojnar, director of the optical transceivers department at Salumanus. “The universal optical transceiver is a cost-effective, flexible solution that allows network operators to easily scale up their business, but it is also a response to the need for more sustainable solutions in the industry. Instead of buying new equipment to upgrade their infrastructure, operators can instead invest in just one universal optical transceiver and reduce waste. We want to present not just reliable and sophisticated solutions, but also find ways to make the telecommunications industry more aware and responsible.”

Other solutions showcased at Anga Com include the latest 400G transceivers, transponders and muxponders, but also the company’s WDM systems.

Salumanus will be at booth D53, Hall 7, at Anga Com 2022 in Cologne, Germany, between 10th and 12th May.

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This article was written
by Peter Dykes

Peter Dykes is a independent telecoms and technology journalist who has over that last 30 years written for a wide range of B2B publications and companies. A former BT engineer, he specialises in networks and associated support systems. He is currently Editor of Optical Connections.