Optical Communication: 100G Ethernet Will Push the Development of 400G

The widespread deployment of 100G Ethernet in data centers and networks is driving the demand for 400G solutions and providing a source of funding for 400G device developments. Those suppliers who have successfully developed competing 100G optical modules and components are expanding 100G while developing…

Analysis on 100G Optical Transceiver under 5G Network

A few years later, 5G will begin to be formally commercial. Does it need to use the optical transceiver? How about its conditions of demand compared with 4G? In fact, 4G have uses the countless optical transceiver, 5G will be more. By the current 5G…

Are You Ready For 400G Ethernet?

The rapid development in telecom industry is driving massive demand for higher bandwidth and faster data rate, from 10G to 40G and 100G, will this keep going on? The answer is definitely “Yes”. Some time ago, migration from 10G to 40G or 25G to 100G…

Three Major Trends for 100G Ethernet

The Ethernet market has grown dramatically over the past few years. Speeding up transmission and expanding the capacity of the data center will help drive this trend. According to IHSInfonetics, 100 Gigabit Ethernet (100G) per second will account for more than 50% of the data…

The Application of Fiber to the Desk (FTTD)

As communication technology develops rapidly, the demand for higher bandwidth is increasing. To solve this problem, optical cable is widely used as the backbone of communications network cabling, especially in big data center. In recent years, projects like FTTH (Fiber to the Home) and FTTB…

Comparison of Passive DWDM and Active DWDM System

DWDM (dense wavelength division multiplexing) technology is an ideal solution to address the capacity-hungry issue, which can simply fall into two types, passive DWDM and active DWDM. To greatly expand the bandwidth of the existing fiber system, both passive DWDM and active DWDM systems are…