SFP+ TRx Selection Guide_Jan-2014

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SFP+ TRx Selection Guide_Jan-2014

  1. 1. 10G SFP+ Transceivers , AOC & LC Patch Cord Cable Selection Guide Allan Lee Jan. 22, 2014
  2. 2. Finisar Optics For the Data Center Ethernet Networking Applications Intra-rack 10G SFP+ wire® 10G SFP+ SR 10G SFP+ LR Inter-rack 10G SFP+ SR 300m OM3 MMF 400m OM4 MMF 10G SFPwire® Up to 30m 40G QSFP+ SR4 300m OM3 MMF 400m OM4 MMF 40G Quadwire® Up to 100m 100G CXP SR10 100m OM3 MMF 150m OM4 MMF 100G C.wire® Up to 100m Long span/Inter-building 10G SFP+ LR 10km SMF 40G QSFP+ LR4 10km SMF 100G CFP LR4 10km SMF 100G CFP DWDM SMF, Low-latency Allan Lee Jan. 22, 2014
  3. 3. East-West Traffic Driving Higher Bandwidth • North-South Traffic • East-West Traffic New Friend/Link E.g., Social Network connection High BW • E.g., Traditional, Streaming Video • E.g., E.g., Social network status updates Allan Lee Jan. 22, 2014
  4. 4. 10G is the new 1G! Units Shipped • 1G volume ~ 10G volume! 2013 Allan Lee Jan. 24, 2014
  5. 5. SMF vs. MMF in the Data Center Data Center Today 88% links 0m 100m ~3% links 9% links 300m 1000m 500m • MMF dominates today’s data centers’ optical cabling • Some enterprise networks use SMF exclusively – Standardize to lower operational costs (uniform SKUs, training, etc.) – More emphasis on avoiding technology mix over cost • Recently, SMF for <1km in data centers is being debated as data centers plan for larger facilities and future bandwidth requirements. Allan Lee Jan. 24, 2014
  6. 6. Industrial Temp. -40 to 85C -5/0 to 85C Access/ Wireless Backhaul Bi-Di Multi-rate SFP+ Product Family Data Center 100m 220m SR LR ER -5/0 to 70C LRM Commercial Temp. SR-Lite OM3 MMF LR -5/0 to 70C Commercial Temp. • SFF-8431 • Low Power Diss. • Low EMI • Patented DD • Patented Latch • RoHS 6 Extended Temp. Finisar 10G SFP+ Datacom Product Family DWDM LAN-Metro 1G/10G 10km 300m ZR/SONET 40km 80km Distance Allan Lee Jan. 22, 2014 SMF
  7. 7. 10G Datacom Products at a Glance (SFP+) : means major solution for current Data center now. : means low cost solution for future. Allan Lee Jan. 22, 2014
  8. 8. 100m SFP+ for Data Center Applications FTLX8570D3BCL “SR-Lite” PRODUCT FEATURES • 100m reach on SMF • <1W power dissipation • Patented Digital Diagnostics • 10G SFI limiting interface • Operating case temperature: 15 to 55°C (Data Center Environment) • Interoperable with SFP+ 10GBASE-SR up to 100m on SMF • RoHS-6 compliant (lead-free) AVAILABILITY • Production Now Allan Lee Jan. 22, 2014
  9. 9. 1km SFP+ for Data Center Applications FTLX1374D3BCL “LR-Lite” PRODUCT FEATURES • 1km reach on SMF • ~4dB Link budget • • • • • <1W power dissipation Patented Digital Diagnostics 10G SFI limiting interface Operating case temperature: 15 to 55°C (Data Center Environment) Interoperable with SFP+ 10GBASE-LR up to 1km on SMF AVAILABILITY • Production Now Allan Lee Jan. 22, 2014
  10. 10. Active Optical Cables (AOC) Primer Electrical PostAmp Laser Driver Pin RX Pin RX VCSEL VCSEL Optical PostAmp Laser Driver Electrical Optical-to-Electrical conversion is inside the cable end-plugs Compared to Copper Cables Lower weight & tighter bend radius-easier cable management Thinner cables--better airflow Lower power consumption--no powerhungry conditioning ICs AOC Compared to Optical Transceivers Cost-optimized--don’t need to meet IEEE optical specs Datacenter friendly--no dust-on-optics issue Copper Allan Lee Jan. 22, 2014
  11. 11. 10G SFPwire® : SFP+ Active Optical Cable FCBG110SD1Cxx PRODUCT FEATURES • • • • • • • • Lighter, thinner, tighter bend radius than copper No special host equalization/pre-emphasis required Finisar 850nm VCSEL Stiff push/pull-tab (not a flimsy pull tab) EEPROM Identifier Operating case temperature: 0°C-70°C xx=01/03/05/07/10/20m standard lengths No digital diagnostics (similar to copper) AVAILABILITY • Production Now Allan Lee Jan. 22, 2014
  12. 12. 10G Copper Direct Attach SFP+ Cable Trends Cost of copper metal highly volatile Cable quality concerns EMI/ground-loop concerns in high-density environments Passive DAC may require length-dependent customized signal conditioning Passive up to ~7m, active >7m; different technologies Copper Commodity Price $/metric ton Allan Lee Jan. 22, 2014
  13. 13. 10G SFPwire® : SFP+ Active Optical Cable FCBG110SD1Cxx PRODUCT FEATURES • Lighter, thinner, tighter bend radius than copper • No special host equalization/pre-emphasis required • Finisar 850nm VCSEL • Stiff push/pull-tab (not a flimsy pull tab) • EEPROM Identifier • Operating case temperature: 0°C-70°C • xx=01/03/05/07/10/20m standard lengths • No digital diagnostics (similar to copper) Allan Lee Jan. 22, 2014
  14. 14. Fiber Optical Cable – Patch Cord Allan Lee Jan. 22, 2014
  15. 15. Patch Core Ordering Info 22A- 2 X B CLCL YY 2.0mm .3 : 30cm 01 : 1 m 03 : 3 m 10 : 10 m 50 : 50 m … etc. Fiber Cable Series B : Duplex tight buffer 3 : Multi-mode OM3 (50/125) 5 : Multi-Mode (50/125) 9 : Single mode Fiber (9/125) CL : LD : LC with Transparent Clip LC Duplex Connector If you have different requirement, please contact us. Allan Lee Jan. 22, 2014
  16. 16. Patch Cord Series (Examples) 22A-23BCLCL05 : LCC-LCC OM3 Duplex 2.0mm OFNR Aqua 5 m 22A-29BLDLD.8 : LCD-LCD 9(125) Duplex 2.0mm OFNR Yellow 80 cm Allan Lee Jan. 22, 2014
  17. 17. Fiber optical Cable – LC Loopback Cable 22A-29ALD-23cm : Single-Mode Fiber 22A-25ALD-10cm : Multi-Mode Fiber Allan Lee Jan. 22, 2014
  18. 18. Attenuators for LC/UPC Single Mode type Our suggestion : 1. 10Km : 4dB 2. 40Km : 8dB 3. 80Km : 16dB Allan Lee Jan. 22, 2014
  19. 19. Contact us : 旭捷電子股份有限公司 +886Tel : +886-2-29991155 E-mail : finisar@mitscomponent.com Allan Lee Jan. 22, 2014

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