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Gigalight Launches Low Power 100G QSFP28 SR4/AOC

Date: 2016-02-16 12096 Tags: 100G QSFP28 SR4 , 100G QSFP28 AOC

Shenzhen, China, Februray 16, 2016 − Gigalight has announced the launch of low power 100G QSFP28 SR4 optical transceiver and 100G QSFP28 AOC. The new products will be introduced with Live Demo at the 41st OFC—Optical Fiber Communication exhibition in America.


Gigalight Low Power 100G QSFP28 SR4 Optical Transceiver


Under CDR working condition, the power consumption of 100G QSFP28 SR4 GEN2 low power version in room temperature is 2W and in 70℃is 2.2W, which meet consumption level of SFF-8436 V4.8 MSA Power level 3 MAX POWER 2.5W. It’s conformed to IEEE 802.3bm 100GBASE SR4, InfiniBand EDR, and 32GFC protocol standard and also has downward compatibility to 10GE, completely useful for OM3 fiber 75m transfer and OM4 fiber 100m transfer. In actual test environment, according to stricter BER test standard(<15th power), there is no bit error found in transferring OM4 fiber. 100G QSFP28 SR4 adopts Gigalight original lens and optical engine technology, and integrates duplex 4 way 25Gbps data channel, as well as supports digital diagnosis. 100G QSFP28 SR4 optical module also has excellent eye pattern, receive sensitivity and electric eye joggle performance.


TX Eye Pattern, RX Electric Eye Map and BER and Power Consumption data as follow:


The Optical Eye Diagram of Gigalight Low Power 100G QSFP28 SR4 Optical Transceiver


The Electric Eye Diagram of Gigalight Low Power 100G QSFP28 SR4 Optical Transceiver

About GIGALIGHT

As a global design innovator in the field of optical interconnection hardware, GIGALIGHT integrates the design, manufacturing and sales of active and passive optical components and subsystems, and provides customers with comprehensive and innovatively designed high-speed optical interconnection hardware solutions. The product lines cover optical transceivers, passive optical components, coherent optical modules and subsystems. The key range of services include data centers, 5G bearer networks, metro WDM transmission, ultra-high-definition broadcast video and other application fields.