Alpine Optoelectronics introduces single- wavelength 40G DWDM PAM4 QSFP+ transceiver
Alpine Optoelectronics’ single-wavelength DWDM 40G-PAM4 QSFP+ pluggable optical transceiver is now available. Te single-wavelength DWDM 40G-PAM4
QSFP+ module offers a solution for cost- effective upgrades of current 10G enterprise, campus, financial services, and high-performance computing (HPC) DWDM networks from 10G per wavelength to 40G per wavelength with reach up to 80km. Modules can be implemented with existing
single-mode network infrastructure by simply replacing current 10G links with 40G links, with reaches up to 80km, thus providing a 4X increase in bandwidth. On shorter reaches of 10km or less no DCF or EDFA are required. Tey are available in the ITU DWDM wavelength grid, Ch.21 to Ch.60, and operate over 0 to 70°C case temperature. Typical power consumption is 3.5W.
Huawei launches data centre switch for AI era www.huawei.co
Huawei has unveiled what it calls the industry’s first data centre switch built for the Artificial Intelligence (AI) era – the CloudEngine 16800. Designed to leverage the power of an
embedded high-performance AI chip, the switch uses the iLossless algorithm to implement auto-sensing and auto- optimisation of the traffic model, to realise lower latency and higher throughput based on zero packet loss. It also aims to overcome the computing power limitations caused by packet loss on the traditional Ethernet.
Te CloudEngine 16800 has an upgraded
hardware switching platorm, and with its orthogonal architecture, can overcome multiple technical challenges, such as high- speed signal transmission, heat dissipation, and power supply. It provides 48-port 400GE line card per slot and a 768-port 400GE switching capacity, in order to meet the traffic multiplication requirements of AI. In addition, the power consumption per bit is reduced by 50 per cent to provide greener operation. Te switch is embedded with an AI chip
to enhance the intelligence level of devices deployed at the network edge, and enabling the switch to implement local inference and rapid decision-making in real time. With local intelligence and centralised network analyser FabricInsight, the distributed AI O&M architecture identifies faults and automatically locates them, helping to accelerate the advent of autonomous driving network. Furthermore, this architecture greatly improves the flexibility and deployability of O&M systems.
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