Optical Transceiver Modules

What Are The Benefits Of Compatible Optical Transceivers?

What Are The Benefits Of Compatible Optical Transceivers? In the ever-evolving world of data networking, optical transceivers play a critical role in facilitating high-speed data transmission over fibre optic cables. These compact modules bridge the gap between network devices and fibre optic cabling, ensuring seamless and reliable communication. Traditionally, network equipment manufacturers (OEMs) offered branded…

Making a comparison with Cisco with apples and oranges

Which Cisco SFP is Right Between SFP-GE-T and GLC-T?

Which Cisco SFP is Right Between SFP-GE-T and GLC-T? One great thing about the SFP/SFP+ standard is that it lets single pieces of networking hardware support a range of different cabling standards. Instead of having to get a new switch you can just swap out the optical transceivers as different transceivers handle different connections and…

Direct Attach Cables for Data Centre Interconnects

Direct Attach Cables for Data Centre Interconnects

Direct Attach Cables for Data Centre Interconnects Direct Attach Cables are most suited for short distances. They provide you with a simple and inexpensive way to connect the racks within the data centre. 1000 GIG DACs including 10GBASE SFP+, 6GBASE Mini SAS and 40GBASE QSFP+ cables are available in different lengths and configurations. You can…

Cisco Compatible Optical Transceivers

SFP-10G-SR vs. SFP-10G-LR

SFP-10G-SR vs. SFP-10G-LR – What’s the Difference? To begin with, 10G SFP+ optical transceivers are easily available in the market and are now a mature technology. They are not too expensive. 40G/100G optical modules are commonly used in data centres and enterprises around the world for interconnection. The 10G SFP+ modules have many different standards…

SFP-GE-T and GLC-T

What’s the Difference between Cisco SFP-GE-T & GLC-T?

What’s the Difference between SFP-GE-T and GLC-T? The SFP/SFP+ transceiver standard has generally been well received because it makes it possible for a single unit of networking hardware to support so many different cabling standards. This means instead of opting for a completely new switch to replace one that cannot handle different types of cabling…