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Mini-SAS HD Active Optical Cable (AOC)

Post Date:

2018/12/29 12:32:34

Expired Date:

2019/03/29 23:59:59

Trade Leads Category:

Wires, Cables & Cable Assemblies/n.e.s.

Company Info

Varo Technology Co.,Ltd.
Contact Person: Sylvia
Job Title: Sales Manager
Address: 7F-1, No. 16, Shou De Street, Chung Ho Dist, Taiwan
Country/Region: Taiwan
Zip/Post Code: 235


Mini-SAS HD active optical cable (AOC) is of high- performance with full-duplex and aggregate 48-Gbps bandwidth for SAS-3 protocol in storage applications. Compared to conventional copper cables, longer, lighter, and flexible optical cables enable the ease of complicated data-center cablings because of its small cable diameter of only 3-mm. High-quality of 850-nm VCSELs and PIN PDs are utilized in the AOC cables, with superior signal integrity and bit-error-rate performance, which enables reliable operation performance.
1.Compliant to SAS-3 of 12-Gbps lane speed
2.Backwards compatible to 6-Gbps SAS-2.1 of optical module capable systems
3.4Tx/Rx, Full-Duplex AOCs, Maximum aggregate speed of 48-Gbps
4.Bit-Error-Rate (BER) better than 10-12
5.Link length up to 100-m via OM3 MMF
6.Round cable with small 3.0-mm outer diameter for flexible routing and easy cable management
7.Connector compliant to SFF-8644
8.Management interface compliant to SFF-8636
9.Out-of-Band (OOB) Signal Support

Our Mini-SAS HD AOC is followed by SFF-8644 MSA in the SAS-3.0 standard, whose reduced size of connector provides premium board space for implementing more I/O ports; approximately double of the density compared to QSFP+ ports. The single land speed is up to 12-Gbps to fulfill SAS-3 standard, also backward to fully compliant with SAS-2.1 of 6-Gbps land speed. Also, the out-of-band (OOB) low-speed hand-shaking communication is also supported. This cable can be compliant to 40GBASE-SR4 Ethernet or 40-Gbps QDR InfiniBand protocol to meet several existing standards.

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