Tag: Senko

COMO LOS CONECTORES INFLUENCIAN EN LA CONFIABILIDAD DE UNA RED DE FIBRA ÓPTICA

Este webinar cubre la teoría básica de la transmisión de fibra óptica, las opciones de conectores, su inspección y mantenimiento. También cubre las pruebas de confiabilidad de los cables, su importancia y qué significa para la implementación de la red.
Al inspeccionar los conectores de fibra óptica, se encuentran que numerosos proveedores de conectores y cables que ofrecen muchas opciones. Un hecho relevante es que los usuarios finales han descubierto, en los últimos años, que “no todos los conectores son iguales. La calidad, confiabilidad y rendimiento de los componentes ópticos y los productos de ensamblaje de cables se aseguran seleccionando los mejores componentes desde su terminación y pulido, utilizando las mejores prácticas y equipos. El producto final debe cumplir o superar los requisitos de todas las especificaciones relevantes de la industria, como las normas GR-326 y GR-1435 reconocidas internacionalmente.
How Connectors Influence Fiber Optics Network Reliability
This webinar covers basic fiber optic transmission theory, connectors options, inspection and maintenance. It also covers assemblies’ reliability testing, why it is important, and what it means for network deployment.
When looking at fiber optic connectors, one will find numerous connector and cable suppliers offering many options. One key fact that end users have discovered in recent years is that ‘not all connectors are created equal’. The quality, reliability, and performance of optical components and cable assembly products are assured by selecting the best components and by terminating and polishing it using the best practices and equipment. The final product must meet or exceed the requirements of all relevant industry specifications, such as the internationally recognized GR-326 and GR-1435 standards.

Webinar: Moving to 400G – and Beyond

Transceivers capable of supporting 400 Gigabit Ethernet for the data center environment are being deployed. Meanwhile, coherent transmission in the form of 400ZR/ZR+ will soon reach the field, with 600-Gbps and 800-Gbps capabilities following suit and the IEEE embarking on new standards efforts. This webcast will review the state of 400G+ technology for both data center and service provider applications and the requirements such technology should meet.

Senko Fiber Optic Cleaning, Inspection and Testing

Designed to specially work well with the CS and LC connectors, this instrument cleans the ferrule end faces removing dust, oil, and other debris without nicking or scratching the end face. The SENKO Fiber Optic Cleaner for simplex connections is a dry cloth cleaner specially designed to clean single fiber connectors. Designed as an adapter, the dust cap of the cleaner acts as an adapter for cleaning unmated connectors.

What’s an MPO connector?

Multi-fiber push on connectors (MPO) are a single connector that houses multiple fiber terminations, defined by IED=61754-7.14. The MPO’s rise in popularity is due to it’s ability to mate multiple fibers (2-72) within a single connector body, thereby significantly reducing the space needed.

Senko marks major advancements in SN connector, transceiver adoption

The SN connector is a new, duplex optical fiber connector using LC style 1.25mm O.D. Zirconia ferrules, designed for next generation hyperscale data center interconnect (DCI). This connector was designed to provide individual and independent duplex fiber breakout at a quad style transceiver (QSFP, QSFP-DD and OSFP) that Senko contends is not only more efficient, reliable and scalable than the MPO connector but also at a lower in cost to implement. The SFP-DD has also adopted the SN as their independent duo style interface, mainly for the wireless fronthaul applications.

Pro Optix releases Next Generation Pro MINI & Pro NANO High & Ultra-High-Density WDM Multiplexer Series

Pro Optix has launched two series of ultra high density Wavelength Division Multiplexers (WDM): the Pro MINI high-density series and the Pro NANO ultra-high-density series. These WDMs set new records for high density solutions at 300% and 600% greater than traditional multiplexers. This allows users to significantly reduce their data center footprint whilst capitalizing on next generation design features. Pro Optix has partnered with Senko to deliver this next generation in WDM technology with the patented CS technology.

Webinar: Data Center Network and Optics Strategies

This webcast begins with a look at the evolving state of data center optics. It examines such questions as what’s unique about data center requirements, why systems vendors are entering the transceiver space as traditional suppliers are leaving it, what role coherent may play and where, and whether data center optics development has become too expensive to encourage potentially innovative newcomers? Panelists will then address how data center networking is affecting optical connectivity requirements and will review the mass adoption of LC and MPO connectors,  new technology for 400 Gigabit Ethernet requirements as well as what the future might hold for such applications as connecting fiber to Photonic Integrated Circuits (PICs) and coupling for co-packaged optics as well as other emerging applications.