Optical Transceiver Future Projections

The Future Looks Bright for Optical Transceivers

The Future Looks Bright for Optical Transceivers Market worth 6.87 Billion USD by 2022 The optical transceiver market is projected to be worth $6.87 billion by 2022, if a new market research report is to be believed. This report, which has the title, “Optical Transceiver Market by Form Factor (SFF, SFP, QSFP, CFP, XFP, and…

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…

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…

Simple Guide to Common Optical Transceiver Formats

Simple Guide to Common Optical Transceiver Formats Optical transceivers are widely used in networking hardware installations. They are widely used because they make it possible for a switch to support various types of wiring and transmission formats. The main issue is trying to make out which of the different transceiver types is most suitable for an…

Cisco optical transceiver warranty

Does Using Cisco Compatible SFP Void Your Warranty?

Does Using Cisco Compatible SFP Void My Warranty? We get a lot of queries from our clients on the use of third-party hardware along with Cisco products – in particular, with respect to our SFP optical transceivers. Generally Cisco is very strict when it comes to their warranty requirements. They make it very clear that…

Inside multicode optical transceiver

Exploring the Use of Multicode Optical Transceivers

Exploring the Use of Multicode Optical Transceivers Transceivers and cables are designed in accordance with multi source agreements (or MSA). The objective of such agreements is to ensure that cables can be utilized on platforms built as per the same standards. The MSA standards ensure that there is some sort of interoperability between the various…