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If you would like a more in-depth review of what the path forward with 800G pluggable optics may look like may we suggest watching Preparing the Way for 800G: 100G Electrical and 800G Pluggable Optics. —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————– The creation of the 800G ecosystem has begun. Alpha samples of 800G OSFP modules have been demonstrated and we […]

One of the great challenges facing data communications is matching the silicon bandwidth with the face plate density. Today, switch silicon can process over 12 Tb/s. But getting this off the front panel at a reasonable density is a challenge. One direction is to move to faster Ethernet speeds. A great example of this is […]

The ONT family has established itself as the reference for module development and validation. This pedigree continues with our ONT-800 family covering both QSFP-DD and CFP2 pluggable digital coherent optics (DCO). Developing and validation of DCO has many new challenges and having a stable test and development environment is key to reliable product validation and […]

With the emergence of 400G Ethernet we have seen the wide deployment of higher order modulation in client interfaces.  We have moved from the mature NRZ of 100G and below to PAM-4 modulation both optically and electrically. This has allowed 400G links to be deployed for reaches of 10km. But what about applications like data […]

This is the first in a series of blog posts that offer technical and industry insights from Dr. Paul Brooks, who has been involved in R&D and product management for high speed electronic and photonic test equipment for over 20 years. Dr. Brooks holds several patents related to measurement in high speed test equipment and […]

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