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Fiber Channel Transceivers

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32-G fiber channel transceivers from Smartoptics AS are intended for use in Brocade Gen 7 directors and switches.

The devices enable a reduced overall footprint, low power consumption, and an improved time to operation due to short delivery and installation time of new transceivers. They are provided in the SFP28 form factor and are designed for dense wavelength division multiplexing optical communication compliant to 8-, 16-, and 32-G FC standards.

The transceivers can be used with passive filters or with active open line systems to extend the reach up to 80 km between datacenters.


Photonics Spectra
Mar 2021
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