At Booth #159,
Datacom Transceivers: Lumentum has a wide complement of optical transceivers based on its proven track record of technology leadership and delivering cost-effective, first-to-volume solutions. At ECOC,
- 100G Transceivers:
CFP2/CFP4 LR4: transceiver supports links of up to 10 km on duplex, single-mode fiber.
QSFP28 SR4: compact 100G transceiver supporting links of up to 100 m on parallel multimode fiber.
QSFP28 SWDM4: compact 100G transceiver supporting links of up to 150 m on duplex multimode fiber.
QSFP28 LR4: compact 100G transceiver supporting links of up to 10 km on duplex single-mode fiber supporting both Ethernet and OTN rates.
QSFP28 CWDM4: compact 100G transceiver supporting links of up to 2 km on duplex single-mode fiber.
4WDM-10, 20: compact 100G transceivers supporting links of up to 10 km and 20 km on duplex single-mode fiber extending the reach of CWDM4 and LR4 platforms through the use of FEC on the host card. Supporting both Ethernet and OTN rates with a maximum power dissipation of 3.5 W.
- 400G Transceivers:
Lumentumwill be showcasing several 400G transceivers including QSFP-DD FR4, DR4, and OSFP FR4. The QSFP-DD and OSFP transceivers comply with the QSFP-DD Multi Source Agreement (MSA) and OSFP MSA respectively. Hyperscale datacenter customers are looking to 400G to support the increasing demand for bandwidth-intensive applications. Lumentumis deeply engaged with key customers to ensure these solutions meet the requirements for this fast emerging, critical market.
Optical Fiber Monitor (OFM):
High-speed Optical Modulators:
- TrueFlex Single-slot Super Transport Blades: featuring the Micro 1x9, the Micro Twin 1x9, and the 1x35 Micro Twin WSS, Optical Channel Monitor, Switchable-Gain Preamp EDFA, and Variable-Gain Booster EDFA.
- TrueFlex Multicast Switch: featuring the Twin 4x4 multicast switch and the upgradeable Twin 4x16 switch. They leverage
Lumentum'ssingle-slot line card envelope that continues the industry benchmark for contentionless add/drop capacity and density.
Market Focus Presentation:
- "Next Generation CDC ROADM"
Brian Smith, CTO Office, Monday, September 18, 2017at 3:50 P.M ( Market Focus Theater).
This presentation will review the features and improvements needed for next generation CDC ROADM, specifically the requirements placed upon the CDC mux/demux. It will address the challenges associated with today's multicast switches, as the industry moves towards higher capacity and higher performance CDC ROADM networks.