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In our offerings and sales, we stake our reputation on openness. We aim to deliver flexible solutions that our customers can use as they please and help them find the best solution. We also see ourselves as a challenger who must work hard and go the extra mile in caring for our customers.

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Four questions to ask when choosing an optical networking provider, we break down four critical questions to ask yourself before you make your decision.

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Four questions to ask when choosing an optical networking provider, we break down four critical questions to ask yourself before you make your decision.

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So, what are the main drivers behind the migration to 400G? And what are the benefits of upgrading? Per Burman, CMO at Smartoptics shares his view:
– The most obvious reason for upgrading to 400G is the possibility to create networks with higher capacity than existing 40G and 100G solutions. This enables both service providers and enterprises to meet the continuously increasing demands for more bandwidth. But 400G networking comes with several additional benefits, many directly related to the higher level of standardization that is introduced with the technology upgrade.

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The most recent addition to the Smartoptics portfolio is a new series of transceivers tailored to 32G Fibre Channel (FC) SAN applications. In addition to certified FC connectivity solutions supporting 8, 16G and 32G for several SAN vendor switches, the latest offering extends this capability to Brocade’s Generation 7 FC products. The new transceivers have already been rigorously tested and qualified for embedded use in Brocade’s Gen 7 FC switches.

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ROADM technologies have become popular among service providers because of the ability to create flexible metropolitan, regional and long-haul networks that are easy to modify, even remotely, as network requirements change.

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If you are a mobile or fixed network provider or offer cable TV services, you are probably facing a situation similar to most operators across the globe. Continuous increases in demand for home connectivity solutions, enterprise access, mobile backhauling and cable TV operations are driving an even greater demand for enhanced broadband communications capacity

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Inphi Corporation and Verizon Media have successfully validated an upgrade from 100G PAM4 optics to 400G QSFP-DD over the same open line system from Smartoptics. By demonstrating how 100G investments can be made future-proof with easy 400G support, this milestone in connectivity paves the way for better ROI and faster moves to meet the trends driving an enormous surge in data.

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Cybercrime includes everything from loss of intellectual property to online fraud, financial manipulation, reputational damage and direct disruption of productive services. The Smartoptics solution offers simplified administrative crypto accounts separate from network administration functions and encryption key management to ensure extremely granular control of who has authorization and the ability to access what data within […]

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100G DWDM links, created with PAM4 transceivers in combination with modern open line technology can provide easily scalable, high-capacity yet cost-effective infrastructure solutions that meet the needs of today’s and tomorrow’s access networks.

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