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Extended Case Temperature Modules

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SAN JOSE, Calif., April 9, 2021 — Extended Case Temperature ModulesThe QSFP-DD 400G ZR extended case temperature modules from NeoPhotonics Corp. use coherent optical components.

With the Silicon Photonics Coherent Optical Subassembly (COSA) and the low power consumption, ultra-narrow linewidth Nano-ITLA tunable laser, each of these components can be operated over a wide module case temperature range up to 80° C. The modules can be deployed in extended-temperature datacenter environments while reducing cooling requirements and fan power.


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Apr 2021
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