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Kerry Zhang

Kerry Zhang

I like sharing fiber optic communication networks and solutions including the commonly used SFP (GLC-LH-SMD), SFP+ (SFP-10G-LR, SFP-10G-LRM), 40G QSFP+ (QSFP-40G-CSR4) and 100G transceivers,etc. More information, please kindly visit www.fiberopticshare.com
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Since : 17/07/2015
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MTP Link Performance: Higher Fiber Count vs. Lower Fiber Count

MTP Link Performance: Higher Fiber Count vs. Lower Fiber Count

With the pre-terminated plug & play benefits and ease of scalability from 10-40-100G, MPO/MTP connectors are rapidly becoming the norm of switch-switch connections. In the previous post “Introduction to MPO Connector”, I have talked about two types of MPO connectors—12 fiber MPO connector and 24 fiber MPO connector. And both the two MPO/MTP c
Understanding MTP/MPO Polarity Methods for Parallel Signals

Understanding MTP/MPO Polarity Methods for Parallel Signals

When migrating from 10G to 40G/100G, it is important to know the MTP polarity and gender. Understanding the MTP polarity can ensure that connections between a transmitter and its receiver across the entire fiber optic system are in a consistent, standards-based manner. In the previous post “Introduction to Polarity Methods for MTP/MPO Systems”,
Type A MTP Cassette and Type B MTP Cassette: When and Where to Use?

Type A MTP Cassette and Type B MTP Cassette: When and Where to Use?

Modular system, which allows for rapid deployment of high density data center infrastructure and improved troubleshooting and reconfiguration during MACs, is more and more popular. MTP cassette, topic of this post, is such a module. It provides a secure transition between MTP and LC or SC discreet connectors, and is used to interconnect MTP backbon
MTP/MPO Connector Cleaning: One-Click Cleaner vs. Cassette Cleaner

MTP/MPO Connector Cleaning: One-Click Cleaner vs. Cassette Cleaner

With data centers moving to 40G/100G, MPO fiber cables are extensively deployed. To ensure the reliable and efficient performance of the MPO cables, it is critical to clean the MPO connectors before mating to other equipment as contaminated connectors would lead to degraded performance and costly but preventable failures. There are two ways to clea
Roles of MTP Trunk, MTP Harness, MTP Conversion Harness in 40G/100G Migration

Roles of MTP Trunk, MTP Harness, MTP Conversion Harness in 40G/100G Migration

With bandwidth demands continuing to grow, higher and higher capacity and throughput are required in the data center. And to address these needs efficiently and effectively, a strategic approach focusing on existing user expectations and future capacity requirements is wanted. MTP/MPO cable is the good choice that can meet various network requireme
How to Run Cables in Multi-Floor Data Center With Fiber Enclosures?

How to Run Cables in Multi-Floor Data Center With Fiber Enclosures?

In the previous post—Modular Patching Solutions for Flexible Cable Management, I have introduced one kind of FHD fiber enclosure with user-friendly slide-out drawer and flexible mounting options. Actually, besides that rack mount fiber enclosure, there is another kind of FHD fiber enclosure useful in cable running and managing: wall mount fiber e
Modular Patching Solutions for Flexible Cable Management

Modular Patching Solutions for Flexible Cable Management

As is known to all, data center cable management is not that easy. If the cables are not managed well at first, managing the cables will be a nightmare at last. So how to quickly and effectively manage your data center cabling in the beginning would become particularly important. Modular patching solutions are practical ways for great capacity cabl
MTP Links: Base-8 vs. Base-12 vs. Base-24

MTP Links: Base-8 vs. Base-12 vs. Base-24

For data center managers, deploying a fiber system that can easily be upgraded to future high-density network demands is the first thing that should be considered, because network reconfiguration would result in lots of time and money. So it is essential to deploy a fiber network which is easier to upgrade to the higher data rates from the start. F
MTP Base-8 and Base-12: Correct Using Principles

MTP Base-8 and Base-12: Correct Using Principles

In my previous post “MTP Links: Base-8 vs. Base-12 vs. Base-24”, I have done a comparison among Base-8 MTP, Base-12 MTP and Base-24 MTP. And from the post, we can conclude that Base-8 MTP link is the most future-proof option for the quickly-changing network requirements. But someone may ask “I have deployed Base-12 or Base-24 MTP link. Can I