CHATSWORTH, Calif.--()--Source Photonics Inc., a leading global provider of optical communication products used in telecommunication systems and data communication networks, announces the addition of the new low power consumption 100GBASE-LR4 CFP transceiver, the CPL-A4-MR-LR-CLFB, to its expanding 40G and 100G transceiver product portfolio.
Targeting the growing bandwidth needs of telecom and data center applications, the MSA-compliant CPL-A4-MR-LR-CLFB transceiver is designed to support 100GbE and OTU4 data traffic spanning distances of up to 10km over single mode fiber. The transceiver integrates 4 EML lasers and PIN receivers. The maximum power consumption is compliant with CFP MSA power class 2 making it highly attractive for low power consumption applications.
In addition, the Source Photonics 40G and 100G product portfolio includes a wide range of QSFP+ and CFP transceivers. The low power SPQ-10E-LR-CDFx and SPQ-10E-SR-CDFx series 40G QSFP+ transceivers are solutions to meet growing bandwidth demands in enterprise, datacenter, and access applications. The SPQ-10E-LR-CDFx series supports transmission up to 10km over single mode fiber, the SPQ-10E-SR-CDFx series up to 300m over OM4 multi-mode fiber. The CPC-44-MR-ER-CLFA 40G CFP transceiver extends the reach of 40Gbe transmission to 40 kilometers, targeting metro and next generation packet transport networks.
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About Source Photonics
Source Photonics designs, develops, and markets a broad portfolio of optical communication components, modules, and subsystems used across the enterprise, access, and metropolitan markets. Source Photonics is a market leader in optical subsystems and transceivers in worldwide telecommunication and data communication infrastructure deployments including passive optical networks, or PON, and fiber-to-the-premise, or FTTP. Source Photonics products enable telecommunication service providers to stay a step ahead of today's evolving telecommunication networks by providing the power and cost efficient solutions needed to enable high-bandwidth video, voice, and data services of the future.