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ProLabs Launches Multicode Optical Transceivers

ProLabs - Leading Provider of Optical Network Infrastructure

ProLabs, the leading global provider of network infrastructure and connectivity products, has announced the launch of a new range of Multicode Optical Transceivers compatible with Cisco, Juniper and Arista. The series will include a range of connectivity solutions such as:

  • SFP 1G – T, SX, LX and EX applications
  • SFP+ 10G – SR, LR and ER applications

The driving benefit of multicode products is the reduction in the number of spare parts that a data centre provider has to store. If one product can perform the same function across multiple different vendors, the need for numerous replacement components can be limited.

Christian Rookes, Director of Product Management at ProLabs said: “ProLabs’ global outreach coupled with this new range of Multicode products gives customers the opportunity to deploy the latest, most reliable technology wherever they are in the world.” He continued: “The world of optical infrastructure is evolving and end-users no longer have to be constrained to one vendor’s products. ProLabs’ products allow end-users to use numerous OEM products alongside each other.

Watch the ProLabs video below to learn how the new Multicode Transceivers work.

Read the full article from ProLabs here.

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