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FAQs about FS.COM 100G Switches Posted on Mar 29,2017 by FS.COM

FS.COM 100G switches, S5850-48S2Q4C and S8050-20Q4C, are high-performance Ethernet switches for data center Spine/Leaf switches with highlighted network visibility features. In a compact 1 RU form factor, the switches can provide line...

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How Does SFF-8472 Improve the Optical Transceivers? Posted on Feb 22,2017 by FS.COM

In the long history of optical transceivers, a number of relevant standards, like the GBIC specification, SFF-0053 and INF-8074, are put forward to regular the fiber optic transceiver manufacture and markets. SFF-8472 is one of these ...

Tags: SFF-8472 , DDMI , Optical Transceiver
Tight-Buffered Cable vs. Loose-Tube Gel-Filled Cable Posted on Feb 16,2017 by FS.COM

Tight-buffered fiber optic cable is typically thought to be used for indoor applications while loose-tube gel-filled cable is for outdoor applications. Historically, loose-tube gel-filled cable provides the best protection in outdoor ...

Tags: Bulk Fiber Cable , Tight Buffered Cable , Loose Tube Cable
Understanding 100GBASE-PSM4 QSFP28 Transceiver Posted on Feb 15,2017 by FS.COM

With the growth in data center size along with the increased data rates of optical interconnects, there comes a need for low cost solutions capable of at least 500m reach. The 100G PSM4 specification is targeted to service the need on...

Tags: 100GBASE-PSM4 QSFP28 , transceiver modules , QSFP28
Comparison Between 100G CWDM4 QSFP28 and 100G CLR4 QSFP28 Posted on Feb 15,2017 by FS.COM

100G transceiver market is growing tremendously. For short length link up to 100 meters, users can select 100G SR4 QSFP28. And for long distance connection up to 10 km, 100G LR4 QSFP28 is the choice. Obviously, 100G SR4 QSFP28 is not ...

Tags: QSFP28 , 100G CWDM4 QSFP28 , 100G CLR4 QSFP28
What Should Be Considered When Buying Tight-Buffered Distri... Posted on Feb 03,2017 by FS.COM

Tight-buffered distribution cable is a type of tight-buffered cable which consists of several tight-buffered fibers consolidated in a single cable. With the benefits of smaller size and capability of high fiber count, tight-buffered d...

Tags: Bulk Fiber Cable , Tight Buffered Cable , Tight buffered distribution cable
CLE-BOX Reel-Type Cassette Cleaner User Guide Posted on Feb 03,2017 by FS.COM

Cleanliness of fiber optic connections is critical to the performance of optical communication networks. Contamination – dirty fiber – on a connector end face, even if only at the microscopic level, can cre...

Tags: CLE-BOX , Cassette Cleaner
Get Well Known About RJ45 and RJ11 Posted on Feb 03,2017 by FS.COM

RJ, short for registered jack, is a standardized networking interface. RJ45 and RJ11 are two most common jacks we often see. However, some users can’t make clear difference between these two connectors, which may cause damages t...

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PON and AON Overview Posted on Feb 03,2017 by FS.COM

For operators rolling out FTTH, they have various network architecture options to consider. And the options can be classified into passive optical networks (PON) and active optical networks (AON). The PON requires no active electrical...

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