MTP MPO, Parallel Optics, High performance Fibre Optic Solutions for data centres.
The requirement for greater bandwidth in data centres increases daily. Currently we see fibre links being run at speeds in excess of 10 gigabits per second performance, parallel optics is a way to increase this performance through put.
Typically data is transmitted over one fibre and recieved on another. Parallel optics uses multiple fibres to both transmit and recieve data simultaneously. In a typical application one byte of information is split into bits and each bit is then coded and sent across individual fibres, it is then decoded and put back together at the other end, although there are many methods of doing this. Using parallel optics it is easily possible to achieve 30 gigabits per second through put. With new interface cards such as QSFP (quad small form pluggable), POP4 (pluggable optics 4-channel) and SNAP12 (12 channel parallel pluggable optics) the technology is developing rapidly and becoming ever more popular in telecommunications and computing environments.
The MTP MPO connector is the choice connector for parallel optics.
- Installation is simple and fast.
- MTP MPO connectors are robust.
- Connectors click into adaptors and are reverse polarity protected.
- Easy to use cable management solutions.
- 72 fibres per 1U of space.
- 12 fibres per connector.
- Less cable yields more space allowing better airflow.
- Upto 15,000 fibres per rack.
- Factory terminated and 100% tested.
- Immune to EMI/RFI.
Future proof network infrastructure, to protect your investment. Supports 10/100-1Gbps ethernet and fibre channel standards.
MTP MPO installations
The modular nature of our MTP MPO solution means it is totally flexible. In data centres there are many different cable routes, requiring varying cable lengths, different polarity configurations, we can supply factory tested products tailoured to your requirements.
Phoenix optics provides an in depth site survey FREE of charge. One of our highly qualified Consultants will come to site, discuss your requirement, offer advise on data centre planning and, physical layouts to maximise space efficiency.