100G QSFP28 Optical Transceiver

For more information email: allen@shlinkco.com SH’s SHQP-100G-LR4-10 QSFP28 transceiver module is designed for 100 Gigabit Ethernet links over 10Km single mode fiber. It is compliant with IEEE 802.3ba 100GBASE-LR4/. Digital diagnostics functions are available via an I2C interface, as specified by the QSFP+MSA.           Features: Supports 103.1Gbps aggregate bit rates Single 3.3V Power Supply and Low Power dissipation Up to 100m transmission on MMF OM4 and 10km/2km over SMF. Hot-Pluggable QSFP Footprint Class 1 FDA and IEC60825-1 Laser Safety Compliant RoHS6 Compliant Operating Case Temperature Standard: 0~70°C Compliant with QSFP MSA…

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BNA Tries to Persuade EU for Using Vector Technology

Germany’s telecoms regulator, BNA (Bundes Netz Agentur) will try to persuade the European Commission to get approval for the Deutsche Telekom’s plans to use its existing last mile copper infrastructures to deliver broadband to the homes and businesses. Use of existing copper wires seems to be attractive for Deutsche Telekom (DT) to connect its subscribers to its high-speed fiber optic broadband network. DT’s competitors are n Germany including Vodafone have raised concerns over DT’s plans to utilize existing copper wires. If optical fibers are laid to the homes, multiple service…

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Enel Tables Formal Offer for Metroweb

Italian utility company, which has made its entry into fiber optic broadband, Enel has tabled a formal offer to buy fiber optic company Metroweb, two sources close to the matter said on Thursday. Reuters News reports the latest movement by Enel, that will have implications in the Italian telecommunication market. Here is the news from Reuters; Enel’s offer is part of its plan to roll out a high-speed Internet network – a key plank of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’s reformist agenda. “Enel has presented the offer to Metroweb shareholders,” one…

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Zero Connect Plans Production Facility in Pickens County

Albia based custom cable assembly manufacturer, Zero Connect announces its plan to start operations in Pickens County, South Carolina. The officials from Zero Connect announced recently that the company will invest around US$1.3 million to start the manufacturing facility that will create 72 new jobs. Explaining his company’s expansion plans, the president Larry Kendall said: “Our expansion to Pickens County in South Carolina will allow Zero Connect to be within a one-day ground shipment of the majority of our customers. Our rapidly increasing fiber optic cable assembly business dictated that…

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Ooredoo Signs MoU with Sparkle

Qatar based Ooredoo Global Services (OGS) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Telecom Italia subsidiary company Sparkle to work together toward new telecommunication services. The partnership will lead the two telecom sector companies to work together to strengthen services in the voice, data, cloud, multimedia and digital spaces. “Ooredoo Global Services continues to expand its ecosystem of global partners and enhance its international network to better support voice, capacity and roaming traffic,” Khalid Al Mansouri, acting CEO of Ooredoo Global Services, said. “We’re very pleased to be working with…

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