Xilinx Showcases 100G Link Running at OTN Data Rates at ECOC 2013 Demonstration highlights Nx 100G capabilities for Smarter Networks
SAN JOSE, Calif., Sept. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Xilinx, Inc., (NASDAQ: XLNX), in participation with the Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF), will demonstrate a 100G link running at OTN data rates at ECOC in London. Xilinx's demonstration showcases an implementation of next generation Nx 100G capabilities, enabling customers to design and deliver more efficient communications systems for smarter networks. Visit Xilinx at OIF Booth #360 September 23-25, 2013 at ECOC to learn more.
Xilinx Interoperability Demonstration
Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF) Booth #360
- As part of OIF Interoperability 2013 – Enabling the Next-Generation of 100G Architectures, Xilinx will demonstrate interoperability between its 28.05 Gbps capable (GTZ) transceiver and a Finisar CFP2 optical module running at 27.95 Gbps. The Virtex®-7 H580T FPGA interoperating with the Finisar optical module following the OIF CEI-28G-VSR implementation agreement, illustrates real-world integration of 100G networking systems.
OIF Interoperability 2013
OIF member companies will unite under the banner of the Optical Internetworking Forum to showcase multi-vendor participation in OIF Interoperability 2013 – Enabling the Next-Generation of 100G Architectures. The OIF's Physical and Link Layer demonstration addresses multiple technologies including CEI-28G-VSR chip-to-module interfaces for CFP2 and QSFP28 pluggable module form factors, CEI-25G-LR backplane applications and module thermal specifications that enable 100G capabilities.
A public demonstration of the event will be on display September 23-25, 2013 at ECOC in London. OIF Booth #360. Additional information can be found at http://www.oiforum.com/public/OIF_Interoperability_2013.html
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