Cisco Optical Networking
The Importance of Education, Bandwidth, Learning and Funding
In today's blog, I share a new case study on how Cisco's Network Convergence System is helping Val Verde keep up with bandwidth demands.
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.
Why Single-Lambda 100G Is Just What Networks Need in Pluggable Optics
The Single-Lambda 100G optics standards will be instrumental in the development of the next generation of 100G pluggable optics.
Quenching the Never-ending Thirst for Capacity and Scale
Here’s what we need: build a data center that can support billions of unique server sessions per day. Also, let’s have it bring up personalized images, video, and other rich media content for hundreds of millions of people, simultaneously, the second they hit our servers. Learn how Cisco is quenching the thirst for capacity and scale.
1G Bidirectional Transceivers for Service Provider and IoT Applications
Find out how to instantly double the utilization of your SP or IoT fiber infrastructure.
A New Generation of 100G Pluggable Optics Starts With QSFP28 100G FR and PAM4
Gain insight into Cisco's vision for 100G pluggable optics of the future.
QSFP-DD800 MSA Paves The Way For 800G Links In Data Centers
A new 800G MSA is formed to support continued growth in traffic demand and the resulting need for higher link data rates in data centers. Once again, Cisco is there at the forefront.