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BIDI Technology introduction: the future of fiber transmission

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BIDI Technology introduction the future of fiber transmission

The future of the internet is here, and it’s called BiDi. This new way to provide bandwidth on a fiber network will allow you more space for less money while still meeting all your needs!

The bi-directional transceiver module can use fiber optic cables to send and receive data from other network devices, such as switches or routers. This is accomplished through a single optical fiber that has been partnered with WDM couplers/diplexers for both upstream communication (from Point A)and downstream transmission(to point B).Imagine a single fiber connects Point A, where we have installed an BiDi transceiver that sends out TX on 1310nm towards point B and receives RX back. In this instance both ends of the communication link are using fibers to transmit their signals—so each side must be equipped with two different types or frequencies: one for transmitting (TX)and anothers receiving(RX).

BiDi transceivers are the most common type of fiber optic cable in today’s networks. The different rates and wavelengths can reach up to 80km, with 1G/10GBi SFPs being frequently used for deployment at this distance; they’re also available as 40Gb or 100 Gbit modules that work well when delivering data over short distances like 4 km (2 MI). Other types include XfP versions which function better on 10 Gigabit Ethernet systems mainly because their larger bandwidth capability allows them to serve more requests simultaneously while still maintaining high speeds throughout longer stretches between hubs。

With more and more new devices entering the Internet of Things (IoT), companies need to make sure their bandwidth can keep up with all that data transmission. They also have an opportunity for big savings by investing in Cloud Services, which are scalable enough for any size enterprise or organization at affordable prices since we offer volume discounts on our services! As data centers transition from hosting external to internal traffic, they are now required for more bandwidth than ever before. This is primarily due in part by the increase apps delivered as services rather then products which require constant operation without error or downtime; this has led some companies who rely heavily on these types of solutions -such as those within banking sector- adopt an “everything-on steroids” approach when dealing with their IT needs meaning that even though there were supposed be 10 GB per second available at any given moment (as mentioned earlier). The demand for I/O performance is increasing with the number of virtual machines running on a servers. This creates an even greater need in your data center to provide more bandwidth and scale across racks, which you can do by adding additional storage or network cards into each server console. 

With the QSFPTEK BiDi modules, you can get 40/100 Gbps performance with no need to replace your 10G fiber cables. This is because these bi-di ports are backwards compatible and will work just as well on new infrastructure; saving time while maximizing capacity for all of our customers’ needs!

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