Ten Leading Communications Companies Join Forces To Develop Industry’s Smallest 10-Gigabit Module

3/11/2002 - Ten leading communications companies today announced the formation of a 10-Gigabit Serial Interface Module Group (XFP). The purpose of the group is to develop a common specification for multi-sourcing application-agnostic, ultra-small form factor, 10 Gigabit per second (Gb/s) modules. These modules will occupy one-fifth the space and use one-half the power of current modules. They will also be hot-pluggable, support data rates from 9.95 Gb/s to 10.7 Gb/s, and are targeted for applications up to 40km.

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