Watch how QSFP28 100G ZR4 extends 100G links while lowering costs
ProLabs experts discuss the new QSFP28 100G ZR4 transceivers and how they're changing the game in backhaul and distribution.
400G offers a welcome upgrade to relieve network bottlenecks for large-scale networks, but understanding your options can be tricky. That's why we're here to help!
Our cheatsheet has everything you need to know to build networks ready for the future. With our 100G and 400G transceivers and cabling, we offer cost-effective yet high-quality solutions to practical network upgrade challenges.
|The QSFP56-DD, or QSFP-DD, form factor is the most widely adopted form factor for 400G connections. The QSFP-DD form factor offers the benefits of density and relative lower power consumption over other form factors.||The Octal Small Form-Factor Pluggable, or OSFP, form factors is an alternative option used by a few switch platforms. The OSFP form factor is designed with heat dissipation features to account for higher power consumption.|
|QSFP28-DD 2x100G transceivers offers increased switch port density and backwards compatibility with legacy 100G NRZ transceivers using the same footprint as QSFP56-DD.|
Duplex LC + CS
|Many individual fiber strands for short reach interconnects.||A fiber for each direction of transmission - all in one connector.|
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