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100G PAM (Pulse Amplitude Modulation) are gaining ground in transceiver market and is encouraged by many but is it THE future? Many also say that future perspectives are grand, full with optimism as this technology is embraced by CISCO, HUAWEI, ARISTA to name a...

Nowadays world information networks have become more inter-connected than ever. This can be attributed to advancements in multiple telecommunication sectors or as OSI calls it Layers. Each layer has had an integral part in rapid development of node to node connections and technology behind it....

One thing we can say for sure, world is constantly changing and evolving. If we take a look on Fortune 500 company list in 1955 and in 2016 only 12% of the companies which were on the list in 1955 are still on the same...

On March 2013 Cisco announced launch of it’s proprietary 100G optical transceiver module called CPAK. Unless other pluggable optic form-factors like XFP, SFP+, QSFP, CFP, CFP2/4 with are industry standard (Multi-Source Agreement MSA), CPAK is totally Cisco proprietary. What makes CPAK Different? CPAK was first transceiver using...

The CFP module is a hot pluggable form factor designed for optical networking applications. CFP is acronym from 100G (C = 100 in Roman numerals; Centum) Form factor Pluggable. As name suggests, CFP is introduced to serve as optical transceiver for 100G interfaces. There are...

Revenues from 10Gbps, 40Gbps and 100Gbps optical transceivers sold to telecom service providers slipped 7% in 2014, to $762 million, from 2013’s $820 million, according to the IHS Infonetics (NYSE: IHS) biannual “10G/40G/100G Telecom Optics” market size and forecasts report. “The decline in the telecom transceiver...

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