A New Capability Of Single-Lambda 100G Technology: 10km Reach
There's a new addition to Cisco's Single-Lambda 100G series of QSFP28 optics that provides 10km reach. It's called 100G LR.
Now You Can Future-Proof Your Data Center With 100G Optics
Optimized for data center applications, the QSFP28 100G DR is the second product in Cisco's Single-Lambda 100G portfolio of pluggable optics.
Fiber Optics Part 3: Fiber Dispersion Will Change The Way You See Your Links
Learn how fiber dispersion properties limit your link data rate and distance.
What You Need to Know About 800G Signaling For Pluggable Optics
The re-branded Ethernet Technology Consortium has released a specification for 800G signaling. This goes hand in hand with the new QSFP-DD800 form factor MSA.
How to Support Future Traffic Growth: New 800G Optics MSA
The new QSFP-DD800 form factor MSA lays the foundation for 800G Ethernet pluggable optics.
Now! Worry-Free NICs in Your Servers With Cisco Optics
Cisco Optics are now qualified on Cisco UCS servers even when using 3rd party NICs such as those from Intel, Mellanox, and QLogic. This is a significant development for data center operators who are more and more reliant on cables and pluggable optics as SFP and QSFP technology progress, and cloud applications dominate.
Extended Reach 100G Optics – Which One Is Best For Me?
Since the introduction of 100G pluggable optics several years ago, a great variety of reaches and form factors became available. Among the most confusing reaches are the Extended Reach variants. In this blog, we are going to explain what variants are available in the Cisco Optics portfolio, and the differences between them.
Here’s An Easier Way To Upgrade To 400G Optics
Learn how the QSFP28 FR pluggable optic paves the way to 400G upgrades and how it impacts the network performance and deployment process in this next entry in the Single Lambda 100G blog series.
How To Make 100G Pluggable Optics In Massive Volume
Here's how to ensure your 100G optics are forward compatible. It's all about simplifying designs and standards so that manufacturers can support volumes equivalent to today's 10G SFP+ pluggable optics. The key is to use single-lambda 100G.