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Construction of BlueOptics Fiber Optic Patch Cord

Construction of a fiber optic patch cable including various fiber connectors

Fiber Optics Technology has been around since the 1960s and it has been developed further to meet the needs of our evolving technology. Many of the components of the Fiber optic system has also been developed since then, to satisfy the requirements of a better optical network. Fiber Optic technology use pulses of light to transmit data into optical fiber cables, therefore it is very important to have a component at the end of these fibers to precisely propagate the transmitted light to its destination.
BlueOptics/ BlueLAN DAC

How Direct Attach Cables (DAC) are used in a Datacenter?

In the modern and ultra-high tech Datacenters of today, more bandwidth is needed and used to support the latest demands in the Networking world especially in a server-virtualization environment where multiple virtual machines are being combined on a single physical host server. To be able to accommodate the growing number of operating systems and applications and at the same time providing scalability and reliability, virtualization requires noticeable increased data transmission rates between the servers and the switches in the Datacenter. At the same time the networking devices, and the pure daily Internet use, have dramatically increased the data that has to be transmitted throughout the Datacenter including the Storage Area Network (SAN) and Network Attached Storage (NAS) environment.
BlueOptics SFP vs. SFP+

Difference between SFP and SFP+

Today there are different optical transceivers available on the market. They come in various form factors offering speeds from 100Mbps to 100Gbps and are fully compliant to the MSA and IEEE 802.3 standards. Some of the more popular form factors include SFP, SFP+, XFP, GBIC, XENPAK, QSFP and QSFP28.

In this article we will be mainly covering SFP and SFP+ transceivers, the differences between the two and what advantages does SFP+ has to offer for your network infrastructure.
BlueOptics Patch Cords

How do I Recognize a Quality Fiber Patch Cord?

The use of fiber optic transceiver modules and fiber patch cable plays an important role in fiber optic data transmission, especially data transmission between the switches and equipment, and now are widely used in both telecommunication and data communications.