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December 4, 2018 - 11:00 a.m. EDT / 4:00 p.m. GMT / 8:00 a.m. PDT

400G transceivers: what's your game plan?

Anabel Alarcon

Transport and Datacom Product Specialist, EXFO

Anabel Alarcon brings to EXFO ten years of experience on networking troubleshooting for IP, MPLS and mobile backhaul technologies, her background allowed her to be part of the support team on the most important network manufacturers on the market. Supporting different services provider’s networks across Latin America, participating on product introduction and infrastructure implementation, also becoming account dedicated engineer for the most important service provider in Mexico.

400G ecosystem webinar series

When it comes to transceivers, what’s in store as we move to 400G? Is it going to be QSFP-DD or OSFP?  CFP8 or COBO? Or maybe all of them? In any case, you need a flexible testing plan in place as transceivers will continue to evolve, that’s guaranteed. 

400G transceivers: what’s your game plan?

Whether you are equipping data centers to face the bandwidth boom driven by video or prepping your core and interconnect networks for 5G, the move to 400G is unavoidable.

When it comes to transceivers, what’s in store as we move to 400G? Is it going to be QSFP-DD or OSFP?  CFP8 or COBO? Or maybe all of them? In any case, you need a flexible testing plan in place as transceivers will continue to evolve, that’s guaranteed.  

This webinar guides you through the exciting changes happening right now in the world of 400G transceivers:

  1. Know your basics: wrap-up of the 400G ecosystem
  2. Get up to speed: recent innovations in terms of interfaces
  3. Pros and cons: deep dive into pluggable technologies (e.g., QSFP-DD, OSFP, CFP8 and COBO)
  4. Better safe than sorry: learn how a quick performance check can save you a lot of trouble
  5. Testing is more flexible than you think: discover an innovative approach to test 400G networks with multiple transceiver types

Leverage EXFO’s expertise in working with NEMs, webscales, CSPs and transceiver manufacturers to get key insights into what lies ahead.  Whichever path you choose, you can get there if you have the right support.