Tag: Senko

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.

Senko intros LC EZ-Flip polarity reversible fiber-optic connector

Senko’s new LC EZ-Flip fiber-optic connector is designed for applications where easy changes in polarity of LC duplex fiber connectors may be required. Technicians can change the polarity of the LC EZ-Flip within 3 seconds following  three steps that can be performed without tools. The fiber connector is based on the uniboot LC and can be used in high-density applications thank to the incorporation of a Push/Pull Tab. A visual indicator built into the connector housing eases visual inspection of the polarity.