Know-howBeing at the forefront of the configurable transceiver technology, we are able to fall back on a wide range of in house-developed hard-and software tools.
Together with the inputs and experiences from our flexConnect community members, flexOptix’s systems have the technical solution for virtually any type of application on the market.
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flexConnect - Hardware control via the internet
flexConnect is a unique software solution for the intelligent control of hardware and information distribution via the net. When used in conjunction with our flexBox V2, endusers are able, via the flexConnect system solution, to configure standard transceivers (Gbics, SFPs, XFPs and SFPs+) independently, ready to be used in any type of network.
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Compatibility & ReConfigurables
Compatible transceivers are standardised hardware components which are system -specifically configured intended for use in a variety of network systems.
The straightforward reconfigurability of flexOptix transceivers, such as Gbics, SFPs, XFPs and SFPs+, is a distinct key benefit over comparable system compatible transceivers. Reconfigurable transceivers can be used in virtually any type of network system as and when needed, even in the case of extravagant (i.e. up to 41dB) power budgets.
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DWDM ITU channels
For an overview on the various DWDM wavelengths available, please refer to the ITU-T G694.1 document.
Transceiver Technology - Standards & Brand history
Pluggable transceivers (Gbics, SFPs, X2s, Xenpaks, SFPs+, XFPs, QSFPs+. CFPs) were, due to their flexible characteristics,widely replaced by fixed network interfaces. Hard-wired copper or fibre optic interfaces were replaced by miniaturised versions of MSA-standardised cages. In these standardised slots, hot-swappable transceivers were connected because of different transmission media-reasons, such as copper conductors, multi- or single (mono)- mode optical fibres or sometimes plastic fibres (POF:Polymer Optical Fibres).
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