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Given the unprecedented development of network technology, switches have been widely used in some large-scale LANs and switch products are becoming increasingly rich. Thousands of enterprises like FS, Cisco, HP and Huawei provide varying level of switch products, such as … Continue reading
DWDM technology has been regarded as an ideal solution for long haul optical transmissions. Usually the common passive system is CWDM but not DWDM. However, passive DWDM network also can offer perfect performance in some cases. This post focuses on … Continue reading
Erbium doped fiber amplifier (EDFA) is the latest state-of-the-art solution for amplifying optical signals in optical transmission systems. It has become a key enabling technology and the dominant amplification device deployed in optical networks. Together with DWDM technology, EDFA has … Continue reading
The unceasingly demand for Internet-based services makes carrier IP networks a more critical social infrastructure. Operators are required to offer higher speeds, larger capacities and higher reliability network. There emerge two solutions to tackle this issue: IP/WDM and IP/OTN. IP/WDM … Continue reading
The bandwidth demand in the access network has been increasing rapidly over the past several years. Passive optical networks (PONs), as the most economical FTTx architecture that needs no power supply, have evolved to provide much higher bandwidth in the access … Continue reading
Although 10/40G Ethernet nowadays still captures the major position in the world of telecommunication, service providers and enterprise data centers are actually undertaking a transformation of infrastructures. Which fuels the demand for higher speeds, greater scalability, and better performance and reliability, … Continue reading
You may come across the situation when it is needed to install IP telephones, wireless access points or IP cameras to somewhere AC power outlets are not available. What would you do then? As extra power supply and wiring installation … Continue reading
The proliferation of the cloud network and virtualization has brought higher network demands, which means data centers and network closets need to house and support an abundance of power and data cables. It is obvious that fail to deliver proficient cable … Continue reading
Imagine turning a cottage into a majestic skyscraper without having to deliver any innovation or construction. This is what wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) allows with your existing fiber optic network. The hunger for bandwidth propels service providers to make a … Continue reading