Transceivers that change the way you compete

QSFP28 / QSFP+

QSFP28 Transceiver QSFP28 Transceiver

QSFP28 100G QSFP28 SR4 QSFP28 LR4 QSFP28 ER4 single TX QSFP28 single RX QSFP28

QSFP28 AOC QSFP28 AOC

QSFP28 AOC 100G active optical cable

QSFP28 Twinax DAC cable QSFP28 Twinax DAC cable

Eoptolink 100G QSFP28 Twinax DAC Copper Cable assemblies

QSFP+ Transceiver QSFP+ Transceiver

QSFP+ (Quad Small Form-factor Pluggable Plus) QSFP-40GE-SR4 QSFP-40GE-LR4 QSFP-40GE-ER4

QSFP+ AOC QSFP+ AOC

QSFP-QSFP Active Optical Cable (AOC) QSFP to four SFP+ Active Optical Cable (AOC)

QSFP+ 40G Loopback QSFP+ 40G Loopback

QSFP/QSFP+ 40G Passive Electrical Loopback EOLQ-XLB

QSFP+ Twinax Cable QSFP+ Twinax Cable

The EOLQ-40G-CLB-X Copper QSFP+ Cables is 40GBASE QSFP+ to QSFP+ direct-attach Cable and QSFP+ to four SFP+ cables.

QSFP28 100G Loopback QSFP28 100G Loopback

QSFP28G 100G Electrical Loopback

QSFP+ Test Board QSFP+ Test Board

The QSFP/QSFP+ Host Test Board is designed to provide an efficient and easy method of testing QSFP/QSFP+ transceivers

The Quad Small Form-factor Pluggable (often abbreviated as QSFP or QSFP+) is a compact, hot-pluggable transceiver used for data communications applications. It interfaces a network device motherboard (for a switch, router, media converter or similar device) to a fiber optic cable. It is a industry format jointly developed and supported by many network component vendors. QSFP+ transceivers are designed to support Serial Attached SCSI, 40G Ethernet, 20G/40G Infiniband, and other communications standards.

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The Quad (4-channel) Small Form-factor Pluggable (often abbreviated as QSFP or QSFP+) is a compact, hot-pluggable transceiver used for data communications applications. It interfaces a network device motherboard (for a switch, router, media converter or similar device) to a fiber optic cable. It is an industry format jointly developed and supported by many network component vendors, supporting data rates from 4x10 Gbit/s. The format specification is evolving to enable higher data rates; as of May 2013, highest supported rate is 4x28 Gbit/s