2017年7月24日星期一

Gigalight Pushed Out The Miniaturized and Technical-Grade Temperature Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing Tech Platform

Gigalight Pushed Out The Miniaturized and Technical-Grade Temperature Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing Tech Platform
It’s recently reported that Gigalight has launched the tech platform suited for technical-grade miniaturized Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing. This CCWDM Module which uses the FSO optics design platform is with minimum size and the lowest cost. The size of 2X4 Compact CWDM Module that Gigalight recently designed for clients is reduced as 49×25×6(mm), and its packed size is 1/4 of the original CWDM module size. This module follows the Telcordia GR-1221/1209-CORE standard, and adopts the unique design of optical path and the center parts to produce and process so that it guarantees its super low consumption of optical path and temperature characteristics, which controls the range of plugging damage within 1.4db. The advantages of this module are very obvious in the temperature stability ,which can vary within -40°~85° to large degree, but its plugging damage degree is less than about 1.4db.
Miniaturized CCWDM module is with small size, high stability, good uniformity, low production cost and access to volume production, which can pass the strict, technical-grade, Double-85 with 2000 hours test standard. It’s absolutely suitable for data connection network/telecom network with low-cost and non-cooling CWDM module.
2X4 Compact CWDM Module
2X4 Compact CWDM Module



Infiberone is a sub-brand of Gigalight, we focus on high-end optical network devices, mainly supplying industrial-grade optical transceivers and professional optical interconnection components for data centers.With more than 10 years' experience in optics industry, we now have professional R&D team(more than 100 engineers) and stable supply ability. 
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2017年7月23日星期日

Infiberone Officially Released Data Center Dedicated 100G QSFP28 CWDM4 Module


Infiberone Officially Released Data Center Dedicated 100G QSFP28 CWDM4 Module
NEWS! To meet the requirements of modern ultra-large data center expansion, Infiberone independently developed a cost-effective 100G QSFP28 CWDM4 optical module. The optical module adopts self-encapsulated light engine, which integrates 4-channel 25Gbps uncooled CWDM DFB lasers (1271 nm, $number nm, 1311 nm and 1331 nm), 4-channel photodetector, CDRs and miniaturized AWG chips, etc., The typical power consumption is less than 2.6W at full temperature (0 ~ 70 ℃), optical eye image margin is better than 20%, sensitivity (pre-fec 1e-5ber oma) <-10.5dBmTheproduct BER is better than 1x10-12 for post FEC applications and uses a duplex LC optical interface to meet the 2KM transmission protocol requirements.
Infiberone Officially Released Data Center Dedicated 100G QSFP28 CWDM4 Module
100G QSFP28 CWDM4 Module


In recent years,the date center has maintained a high speed expansion and a higher demand for single port rate.100G is becoming more and more popular in data centers. Since 2016, Infiberone began to actively layout 100G QSFP28 PSM4 and 100G QSFP28 CWDM4 optical modules and solutions,in March 2017 officially released PSM4 version of the optical module.The current 100G QSFP28 CWDM4 optical module uses the AAWG chip and the original COB process technology platform, with good temperature stability, suitable for parallel architecture data center expansion or wavelength division multiplexing data center optical interconnect architecture.
Infiberone is the advocate of 10G/40G/100G multi-mode optical module products and marketing in date center ,and maintains a keen insight into technology and cost .Based on the demand of ultra-large date center ,Infiberone actively prepare and layout long-distance date center single-mode optical module technology and market .The successful development of 100G QSFP28 CWDM4 optical module has opened a new competitive strength  for thedata center strategy
It is expected that the 100G QSFP28 CWDM4 module will be into mass production in Q4 this year ,can now accept sample order.The sample price is $580






Infiberone is a sub-brand of Gigalight, we focus on high-end optical network devices, mainly supplying industrial-grade optical transceivers and professional optical interconnection components for data centers.With more than 10 years' experience in optics industry, we now have professional R&D team(more than 100 engineers) and stable supply ability. 
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2017年3月28日星期二

Welcome to Visit Infiberone at FOE 2017




Infiberone is a sub-brand of Gigalight, we focus on high-end optical network devices, mainly supplying industrial-grade optical transceivers and professional optical interconnection components for data centers.With more than 10 years' experience in optics industry, we now have professional R&D team(more than 100 engineers) and stable supply ability. 
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2017年3月20日星期一

Market Trends for Fiber Optical SFP Interconnection Hardware in 2017

According to a report named “Optical Network Hardware Tracker” provided by IHS, a research company, the year of 2016 is a year of harvest to many vendors in Industrial SFP Transceivers. Driven by the whole industry, optical interconnection hardware market increased in 2016, although it has the most fierce competition. However, will this tendency be kept in 2017 for Generic Optical Transceivers market? Insight of 2017 optical interconnection market will be offered in this article.


Where There Is Need There Is Market
In the past year, the growth of Data Center Interconnection is largely driven by the increasing needs for higher Ethernet speed. Behind these needs are the widespread of advanced technologies and applications like Cloud, Internet of Things and virtual data center. The wide deployment of FTTx and 4G network are also great drivers of optical interconnection market increasing. In 2017, the applications of the advanced technology and deployment of fiber optic network will obviously still be biggest driver of the optical interconnection hardware market. The main characteristics of 2017 optical interconnection hardware market can be concluded by the three keywords: high speed, compatible and high density.

High Speed
It has been clearly proved in the past years that only higher speed Ethernet like 40G or 100G can keep up with the growing needs. Some large data centers have already switched to 40G and 100G in the past years, although it has not yet been widely applied. However, according to research by IHS, 40G and 100G will be the key growth segment of the market in the coming years, and 2017 might be the breakout year of 100G technologies. The following picture shows the prediction of global revenue from 2016 to 2019. The 100G market is supposed to grow 262 percent from 2016 to 2019. For optical interconnection hardware market, sales of 100G hardware market will also increase largely. Fiberstore as one of the leading providers in optical communication has already launched 100G interconnection products, like 100G transceivers and DAC (direct attach cable).


Compatible
Many data centers slow down 40/100G migration plan because of the cost. For example, almost every data center needs optical transceivers and DAC for interconnection. And these products must be compatible from the switches. However, the switch market has already been monopolized by large vendors like Cisco. And the original brand 100G optical transceivers and DACs are usually very expensive. Luckily, vendors like Fiberstore can provide full series optical transceivers with a lifetime warranty, fully compatible with networking kit. What’s more these products are much cheaper than the original brand ones and have the same performance. These third party transceivers offer customers more choices with lower prices, which is very likely to promote the optical interconnection market, especially, for 100G products.

High Density
Even price for high data rate products will decrease in 2017, there are still various problems to be solved for optical interconnection. Higher Ethernet speed depends means more cables and devices, which becomes an urgent problem in data center where the space is limited. Enlarging the size of data center is a method. However, there is an economical method for many data centers in interconnection, which is increasing the cabling density and port density. Vendors satisfy the market needs by providing small form factor optics, high density network rack system and MPO products. In 2017, Fiberstore innovatively provides high density LC and MPO patch cords with push-pull tabs which can increase the cabling density and flexibility effectively. High density is the irreversible trend for both data center and optical interconnection hardware market.


Where There Is Market There Is Competition
Three most obvious trends of optical interconnection hardware market will be high speed, compatible and high density. Meanwhile, promoted by the increasing need for higher Ethernet speed, 2017 optical interconnection hardware market is very likely to keep the tendency of 2016. However, except opportunities, the competition in optical interconnection market will be fiercer. More vendors want to share the big cake of optical interconnect hardware market. By providing fully tested products and the most reasonable price of optical interconnection products, Fiberstore is ready and willing to face the challenges and opportunities in 2017.

2017年3月15日星期三

Infiberone 10G Tunable XFP

The Infiberone 10G Tunable XFP optical transceiver is a high performance and cost effective XFP transceiver modules designed for 10G SDH/SONET, 10G Ethernet DWDM fiber optic transmission applications, designed to support the full range of C-band ITU-T wavelengths data rates from 9.95Gbps to 11.3Gbs and distances up to 80km.This transceiver contains both transmit and receive sections.  An MZM, (C-band tunable laser with a wavelength locker) a laser driver and the supporting circuits constitute the transmit path  while an APD ROSA, a post amplifier and the supporting circuits form the receive section. A microcontroller handles the communications between the module and the host board as well as the control and monitoring functions for both transmit and receive sections. A Clock and Data Recovery circuit (CDR) functions for both transmit and receive.The transceiver module is fully compliant with the XFP MSA standard and can be hot-plugged into the 30-pin XFP connector on the host board. By limiting inrush currents,  the device will not disturb the operations of the host board. The high-speed electrical interface is fully compliant with the XFI standard, providing transmission paths for the 10G signals.


Features
• XFP MSA Rev 4.5 Compliant
• Support 9.95Gb/s to 11.1Gb/s
• Tunability over full C-band 50GHz ITU-T wavelengths (SFF-8477 Control)
• 80km 50GHZ tunable laser
• Adaptive Receiver Decision Threshold Control for improved OSNR range
• High performance APD photodiode receiver
• Duplex LC fiber connector
• Compliant with XFP Electrical and Mechanical MSA INF-8077
• Digital diagnostics and alarm reporting
• -5℃ to 70℃ Operating Case Temperature
• Power Dissipation 3.5W Maximum
• ROHS6 Compliant(lead free)

Applications
• 10G Fiber Channel&10G Ethernet
• SONET OC-192&SDH STM64
• Ethernet Switch or IP Router Interconnect
• DWDM Networks

2017年2月28日星期二

About the Passive and Active Network Technology

Nowadays, we have access to more information of Optical Passive Components than ever before. We live in a digital world and bandwidth is what makes a digital world happen. There are many types of networks carrying different types of information. However, all these individual networks can be divided into two categories: passive and active. A passive network does not use electrically powered equipment or components to get the signal from one place to another, while an active network uses electrically powered equipment or components to route the signal from one place to another. This article will briefly introduce both passive and active fiber/copper networks.


Passive Copper Network
There are many different types of passive copper networks, but the one virtually everyone is familiar with is their home cable TV network. In a copper cable TV network, the cable provider supplies the signal to the home over a coaxial cable. The cable enters the home and is routed to a single television. However, few homes have a single television. For homes with multiple TVs, the signal from the cable provider must be split for each television to receive the signal. The splitting is usually accomplished with a splitter. The splitter requires no electrical power. It will typically have a single input and may have two, three, four, or more outputs. The following picture is an example of a splitter that has a single input and four outputs. An individual cable is routed from the splitter to each television.

With this type of network, loss of signal strength will occur. As the signal from the cable provider is split and routed to multiple televisions, the signal strength to each television is reduced. Adding too many televisions can reduce the signal strength to the point where none of the televisions receives adequate signal strength to operate properly. When this happens, it is time to install an active cable TV network.

Active Copper Network
Same with the passive copper networks, there are also many types of active copper networks. The previous section focused on a passive home cable TV network and pointed out that you can only connect a limited number of televisions to this type of network. In order to have adequate signal strength for multiple televisions, for example, one in each room, an active network is required. In an active home cable TV network, one cable enters the home and is routed to a distribution amplifier. The distribution amplifier boosts or amplifies and splits the signal from the cable provider. Each output of the distribution amplifier has a signal strength approximately equal to the signal strength on the input cable from the cable provider. An individual cable is routed from the distribution amplifier to each television.
This type of active network overcomes the signal strength problem associated with a passive network. However, it does add a level of complexity and requires power. If the distribution amplifier were to fail, all the televisions would lose their signals. The same would be true if the distribution amplifier were accidentally unplugged: every television in the house would be without a signal.


Passive Optical Network

Various types of passive optical networks (PON) are available, and one of the most common types is very similar to the passive cable TV network previously described. However, optical fiber is used instead of coaxial cable. In any PON, couplers are the core. A coupler may combine two or more optical signals into a single output, or the coupler may take a single optical input and distribute it to two or more separate outputs. The following picture is an example of a seven-port coupler. The coupler is splitting a single input signal into six outputs.
Many couplers are designed for bidirectional operation, which enables the same coupler to be used either to combine signals or to split signals. In a bidirectional coupler, each port can be either an input or an output. However, for a PON application, a coupler being used to split a signal may be referred to as a splitter. In a PON, the input to the coupler in the picture above would be split equally between the six outputs. Data going into the coupler would be sent to each output just as the signal from the cable TV provider is sent to each TV in the passive copper network. Although each output will carry the same information as the input, the signal strength will be reduced based on the number of outputs. There is a finite limit on the number of outputs for a PON application; typically, the limit is 32. However, some applications may support more.

Active Optical Network
Active Optical Cables network is very similar to the active home cable TV network previously described. One optical fiber connects to a switch instead of a distribution amplifier. The switch rebroadcasts the Data Center Interconnection to each individual user. A separate cable is routed from the switch to each individual user. This type of active network overcomes the signal strength problem associated with a passive network. However, it does add a level of complexity and requires power. If the switch were to fail, all the users would lose access to incoming data. The same would be true if the switch lost power: data would stop flowing.

Conclusion
Some basic information about passive copper network, active copper network, passive optical network and active optical network has been described in this article. And each kind of network has their own features. Before choosing a certain one, please make clear all the related information and then install it.

2017年2月27日星期一

Infiberone tell you how to Build the Home Network ?

Infiberone Industrial SFP Transceivers tell you how to Build the Home Network.

You may want to connect your desktops, laptops, printers and other machines at your home to the internet and achieve the information sharing. Perhaps you just want to connect your smart phone via WiFi when you’re at home to reduce the usage of your mobile data plan. To complete that, all you need to know is how to build a home network with Optical Transceivers Industry. There are lots of ways to set one up. I’ll introduce the basic setup for the most common case. For person that already have a network, I’II tell ways about how to expand the existing home network in this blog too.



Basic Wired Ethernet Connection

The basis of your home network will be Ethernet. This word has a very specific technical meaning, but in common use, it’s simply the technology behind 99% of computer networks. Most computers now come already equipped with an Ethernet adapter – it’s the squarish hole that accepts Ethernet cables.

Usually, your broadband connection being cable, DSL, CWDM and DWDM, or something else will first go through some kind of device typically called a modem. The modem’s job is to convert the broadband signal to Ethernet. You’ll connect that Ethernet from your broadband modem to a broadband router. Router, as its name implies, is used to “route” information between computers on your home network and between those computers and the broadband connection to the Internet. Each of your computers already has an Ethernet adapter. An Ethernet cable will run from each computer to the router and another cable will connect the router to the modem.



Set up Wireless Connection

Most laptops and portable devices (and even a few desktops) support wireless connection via a technology known as WiFi. WiFi is a short-range wireless technology that you need to provide on your home network, if you want to be able to use it. The most common approach to include wireless capabilities in your network is by using a wireless router.The wireless router combines the functions of two devices: the router, just as we saw before, and a wireless access point. A wireless access point, occasionally abbreviated WAP, is simply a network device that converts the wired Ethernet signals into wireless WiFi signals and vice-versa. Wireless routers are actually more common than their wired-only counterparts in the home and small business networking market. In fact, even if you don’t have a wireless device today, I typically recommend getting a wireless router anyway for future expansion.

Expand the Home Network Capacity

The number of internet-connected devices that we now deal with is pretty amazing. A typical wireless router or router with a wireless access point can easily handle dozens of devices connected wirelessly. However, wired devices may present problems. Many home routers – wired or wireless – come with only a limited number of connections. It’s common for there to be exactly five connections: one for the internet (“WAN” or modem) and then four for networked devices.



If all you have is a four-port router, adding that fifth device looks like a problem. The simple solution is to use a switch. A switch is a semi-intelligent network extender. Its job is simply to make sure that data coming in on any port is sent to the other correct port to reach its intended destination. That’s really all it is. All ports on a switch are equal. In the example below, one port of the switch is connected to one of the ports on the router to which a computer might have been connected. Other computers are then connected to the switch. Switches come in many sizes and often add much more than just a few ports. Common configurations for the home include 8 or 16-port switches.

Conclusion
Build a home network is very easy. Usually, the modem is provided by ISP. All you need to buy is the router and some Ethernet cables. INFIBERONE.COM provides cat5e, cat6 and cat6a Ethernet cables with many color and length options. Snagless boot design prevents unwanted cable snags during installation and provides extra strain relief. Besides, custom service is also available. For more details, welcome to visit www.infiberone.com or contact us over sales@infiberone.com.