Agilent Technologies demonstartes interoperability of 10-GbE XENPAK transceiver and XAUI SerDes chips

June 10, 2002--Agilent Technologies has successfully demonstrated interoperability between its 10-Gigabit serial Ethernet (GbE) XENPAK optical transceiver and leading XAUI SerDes chips. The products are available through BFi OPTiLAS in Europe.

Agilent Technologies has successfully demonstrated interoperability between its 10-Gigabit serial Ethernet (GbE) XENPAK optical transceiver and leading XAUI SerDes chips. Network equipment manufacturers (NEMs) can now focus on the system level aspects of their design rather than verifying connectivity between the transceiver and SerDes chip, which translates to fewer design iterations and faster time to market, claim company representatives. Agilent's products are available through BFi OPTiLAS in Europe.

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