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LazrSPEED™ Solution

  • The SYSTIMAX LazrSPEED Solution offers a cost-effective, low risk route to reliable LAN communications in the Gb/s range.
  • An end-to-end multimode fiber solution, it enables cost-effective migration from 10Mb/s to 10Gb/s in premises networks
  • It can unleash the full potential of your GigaSPEED® XL UTP or PowerSUM UTP cabling network at a surprisingly low cost
  • And, with the ratification of the IEEE standard for 10 Gb/s (IEEE 802.3ae) and the standards for laser optimized multimode fiber (TIA), network users can now confidently deploy 10Gb/s Ethernet in their corporate backbones.
  • NEW! ISO/IEC Standard ratification advances the global migration to Multi-Gigabit capable Infrastructures
Our SYSTIMAX LazrSPEED™ Solution boosts performance to a blistering 10 Gb/s while reducing total system costs by eliminating expensive opto-electronics previously needed to achieve 10 Gb/s speeds on multimode fiber. The SYSTIMAX LazrSPEED technology is the world’s first multimode fiber optic solution to support 10 Gb/s serial transmission at 850 nanometers at distances of over 300 meters –– more than enough to connect in-building backbones.

Laser-optimized multimode fiber optics provide an ideal pathway for photon travel. The additional bandwidth and geometry of these fibers eliminates the need for expensive, high-precision lasers, combiners, splitters, and filters. LazrSPEED fibers can transmit at 10 Gb/s using only a single VCSEL (vertical cavity surface-emitting laser) transceiver. The result has been shown to reduce total cost of ownership up to 30 – 40 percent over conventional CWDM (coarse wavelength division multiplexing) systems requiring more elaborate opto-electronics.
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