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Sunday, June 23, 2013

Long Reach Multimode XFP optical features a compact

It is typically used in conjunction with an XFP cage, flange and  gasket assembly, along with a heat sink and attachment clip, to connect an optical LC duplex or electrical XFP transceiver module to the host board. The right-angle interconnect is hot-pluggable and flat surface to contact the  gasket (attached to the perimeter of the bezel cutout) and stabilizes the cage assembly during insertion and extraction of the transceiver. Heat sinks are optional for applications requiring increased heat The XFP product line is designed to support 10 Gigabit Fibre Channel, 10 Gigabit Ethernet
However, optical transceiver design margins and parameters vary widely, and can be the difference between an optimized, highly reliable fabric, and incompatibility issues that drive up support costs.The Brocade10 Gbps Long Reach Multimode XFP optical transceiver, part of the Brocade family of optical transceivers, is optimized to fully leverage
Brocade 10 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) switches and routers. Together, these
optical transceivers provide state-of-theart performance, helping IT organizations achieve new levels of infrastructure consolidation while expanding the capabilities of teir applications and services

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