Alpine Optoelectronics Inc.: Single-Wavelength 100G QSFP28 DWDM Optical Transceiver

Feb. 6, 2022
Alpine’s single-wavelength 100G QSFP28 DWDM transceiver can be plugged directly into common QSFP28 ports of standard 100G switches, including brand-name and white-box switches.
Alpine’s single-wavelength 100G QSFP28 DWDM transceiver can be plugged directly into common QSFP28 ports of standard 100G switches, including brand-name and white-box switches. Use of the transceiver enables customers to build simple cost-effective 100G DWDM transmission networks without the need of external OEO systems or special 100G switches with the high-power ports required by 100G+ DWDM coherent modules.

Judge’s Comment: “Product can be viewed as next generation of 100G PAM4 DWDM pluggable transceivers in standard QSF28 form factor.”

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