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Wide variety of optical transceivers
Originals to 3rd Party Compatibles
One of our most popular solutions is our private label transceiver line – White Box Networks (WBN). WBN transceiver solutions offer a clear cost advantage over premium price OEM transceiver solutions while meeting or exceeding their OEM equivalent on performance. Additionally, WBN offers custom compatibility that OEMs cannot which can allow operators to achieve greater performance and capacity in a cost effective manner.
- Reduce Cost - Significant cost savings for identical solution.
- Reduce Lead Time - High availability of parts manufactured to order, instead of relying on availability for originals on the open market.
- Custom-Engineered Solutions - Custom coded transceivers to work for your system, or providing a higher performance transceiver than what the OEM offers.
White Box Networks is MC Fiber Solutions in-house private label transceiver line
The economical choice for optics
Why Compatible Transceivers?
The pressure to control cost is becoming ever more prevalent as operators struggle to keep within budgetary restrictions while continuing to scale a network to support user growth. The social media boom and the 'smart device everything' approach is driving bandwidth usage to astronomical numbers and to think the digital train has just begun! Where can operators make up the difference?
Optical transceivers drive the connectivity from one system to another. A transceiver [trans-mit / re-ceiver] in its vary nature transmit light (with data) with a TOSA and receives the light on the end with another transceiver through it's ROSA. The majority of systems require optics or transceivers to properly function and run traffic / data between the network. Optics come in a variety of physical sizes and operating at vary speeds and distances. To select the right optic, we must first understand the application. The system it's plugging into will have certain size that will need match the transceiver - these are called Form Factors. Several Form Factors include: GBIC, SFP, SFP+, QSFP, QSFP28. Next, distance: how far of reach do we need. Short range transmission allows for the operators to utilize a multi-mode optic which is far less expensive than single-mode transceiver.
Key considerations for selecting an optic for your network
- - Form Factor (physical size of the equipment's port)
- - Speed (the speed at which the module will transmit data 1 - 400 Gbps)
- - Reach (the distance of transmission from point A to point B)
- - Cabling (cable type determine if you would use a multi-mode or single-mode optic)
- - Temperature (operating temperature of the application: inside / outside)
Coded Solutions for Leading Brands include:
Accedian | Adtran | Adva | Allied Telesis | Alcatel-Lucent / Nokia | Arista | Arris | Brocade | Calix | Ciena | Cisco | D-Link | Dell | Extreme | HP | HPE / Aruba Networks | Huawei | IBM | Intel | Juniper Networks | Meraki | MikroTik | Nortel / Avaya | Optelian | Palo Alto Networks | Raiseom | Ubiquiti Networks
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