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Stratos rolls out Infiniband-compliant optical transceivers

Posted: 13 Feb 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:stratos lightwave? stratos? transceiver? optical transceiver? optoelectronic component?

The company's SFF 2x5 and SFP InfiniBand optical transceivers operate at 2.5Gbps and are intended to provide better I/O performance in heavy-traffic environments such as servers, remote storage devices, and within multiprocessor systems.

The company claims that both transceivers feature improved eye pattern characteristics that ensure reliable data transfer performance.

Housed in an MSA-compliant all-metal housing, the SFF 2x5 InfiniBand transceivers fit mezzanine card systems.

The SFP InfiniBand transceivers address the demand for increased port density in optical networking infrastructure equipment by delivering twice the port density of current industry standard removable transceivers. They use a standard LC fiber-optic interface, and are also packaged in an MSA-compliant, all-metal housing.

Both transceivers are priced under $100 each in large volumes.

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