According the standard of the IEEE 802.3 ae committee ratified the 10 Gigabit Ethernet and with the general specification, it defines a number of fiber optic interfaces. These standard interfaces attempted to satisfy a number of different objectives including support for MMF and SMF compatibility. They include SFP+ sr transceiver, sfp+ lr transceiver, SFP+ er transceiver, SFP+ zr transceiver, Copper CU SFP+, maybe some one do not know the last one, related product you can see: cisco sfp h10gb cu2m. Their applications are using 10 Gigabit Ethernet and 2x/4x/8x/16x Fiber channel, for example, the cisco SFP+ module, the optical interoperability with 10Gbase XENPAK, 10 GBase X2, and 10GBase XFP interfaces on the same link; the device can olug into an Ethernet SFP+ port of a Cisco switch, just do not need to power down if installing or replacing, these are all its adavantages. the Cisco quality ID feature enables a Cisco platform to identify whether the module is certified and tested by Cisco. Then many people also think this problem that when we use the cisco transceiver with cisco switches or even patch cables, do they need the vendor ti phydiacally hang the access points and do they need eo configure the access points and how many buildings will the access points be installed into, well, the next paragraph will give you the answer.The vendor needs to phydically hang the access points and the points are controller based and they will need to be configured. All access points are to be installed on the ceilinf, the only exception would be in gym where it would to be mounted to the ceiling beam. The Figure show that push the SFP Front of the module to make it into the slot.
Many people know that SFP, SFP+ and they are not familiar with 40G QSFP, then i will introduce one kind of QSFP transceiver to you. The 40 Gb/s QSFP+ transceiver. It is a kind of fiber optical modules with four independant optical transmit and receiver channels, it combines the higher density attractions of modules with some the key advantages normally associated with SFP+ modules. And another product you also can not forget, sfp+ direct attach cable. In FOCC, there is a similar attach cable, sfp+ direct attached twinax copper,it is suitable for very short distances and offer a usful way to connect within racks and across adjacent racks. Cisco offers passive twinax cables in lengths of 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3 and 5 meters, and active twinax cables in lengths of 7 and 10 meters. related product: 0.5 m sfp+ cable.
And FOCC’s product are fully compliant with different brands, such as Cisco, hp, huawei, Finisar… and standards like Ethernet, Fibre Channel, Infianiband, SONET/SDH/OTN and PON standards, 1g sfp and 10g SFP+ and other transceivers that not mentioned such as WDM module, Bidi module all can get from FOCC. We have real wide variety of fiber optic transceivers, I do believe that it is a quite great choice for you.