Cisco Optical Networking
25 Gb For Campus Networks – Just Upgrade It!
25Gb optics add negligible cost to a new campus network. There's no reason not to choose it over 10Gb.
Don’t Mix Up Your FECs
Clearing up the confusion about forward error correction and 25G short reach transceivers.
Peace of Mind with Cisco Optics (Part 2 of 3)
In part 2 of this blog series, discover how Cisco maintains the industry's highest standards of transceiver quality and reliability.
Optics in the Data Center: Powering Ever-Increasing Capacity Demands
There is no end in sight to capacity growth demands as the internet continues to explode. Today's blog looks at trends in the data center and how Cisco's optics technologies deliver solutions that meet our customers’ time to deployment, performance, power and cost expectations.
Data Center Interconnect: Trends, Transitions and How Cisco’s Intent to Acquire Acacia Is a Game Changer for the Futur …
Cisco's acquisition of Acacia Communications can help drive industry shifts in Data Center Interconnect (DCI) and Wide Area Networks (WAN) for Metro and Long Haul distances covering 10km to 10,000km.
Cisco Announces Intent to Buy Acacia Communications; Helping Drive Significant Industry Network Architectural Shifts
Cisco announces the intent to buy Acacia Communications, a fabless semiconductor company, to build an industry-leading portfolio of optical, silicon, and software technologies to advance intent-based networking.
New Tunable DWDM 10Gb Transceiver For Extended Reach On All SFP+ Ports
All 10G SFP+ ports now have access to tunable DWDM transceivers, thanks to this new product.
Video: QSFP-DD Optics Thermal Demo and Why This Is Important For 400G Data Center Interconnects
What's the connection between thermal dissipation and data center interconnect? Find out here!
Optics Around the World… of Solutions at Cisco Live 2019
Join Cisco Optics at the SP Power Session, where we will discuss how Cisco is prepared to guide service providers through network transformation -- driven by architectural shifts, 5G, and automation.