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The Development History of Fiber Optic Transceivers
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The Development History of Fiber Optic Transceivers

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Let's first take a look at the history of fiber optic transceivers. Since 2003, high port density has been popular. Designers began to need fiber optic transceivers with lower energy consumption, lower costs, and smaller planning. It is widely believed in the industry that fiber optic transceivers meet these requirements of designers, and when widely promoted in the technical field, XFP Multi Source Protocol (MSA) is adopted.

The fiber optic transceiver package is being upgraded from 4 inches × Reduced planned packaging from 3.5 inches to 2.3 inches × 0.68-inch package. This is a major change,

It reduces the total server footprint and makes data center planning smaller and more streamlined.

In addition, the power consumption of fiber optic transceivers has also been greatly reduced, from 10 watts to 3 watts or less, which is undoubtedly a significant technological breakthrough. However, this allowed designers to acquire more transceiver technology. Lower power consumption means lower design prices and power costs. These savings are incredible for people in the technology field.

The advancement of silicon optical technology has made all these advantages possible. The introduction of fiber optic components by suppliers has driven the opening of new transceivers. This evolution and openness can help enterprise customers end 10Gbps and enable them to migrate from 10 Mbps networks to 100 Mbps networks. Together, costs and prices continue to decline. That's why designers must keep up with the times and constantly seek new solutions to address old problems.

In the design of transceivers, port density is one of the most important factors. Most data centers are composed of multiple switching equipment racks, which can achieve high-speed processing. In order to control costs, data center designers have improved their planning and attempted to improve their production technology to further achieve cost reduction efforts. Improving port density is one of the methods to reduce system costs.

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