400G ZR modules available for extended data centre environments
NeoPhotonics has announced availability of its extended case temperature QSFP-DD 400G ZR modules.
These modules use the company’s industry coherent optical components, including its silicon photonics coherent optical subassembly (COSA) and low power consumption, ultra-narrow linewidth Nano-ITLA tunable laser.
Each of these components can be operated over a wide module case temperature range up to 80°C. This enables the modules to be deployed in extended temperature data centre environments, while reducing cooling requirements and fan power.
Tim Jenks, chairman and CEO at NeoPhotonics said: ‘We are pleased to support customers with high performance 400G ZR modules that operate across a wide thermal envelope, without sacrificing optical performance. By utilising our leading high speed coherent components technology and optimising the entire optics suite through in-house design, we are able to favorably benefit data centres’ need to reduce power consumption and improve environmental sustainability.’