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The 10g/40g/100g Optical Module Corresponds To The Optical Fiber

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In recent years, the rapid development of the Internet has led to the emergence of new business such as e-commerce, social media and Internet financial services. With the increasing use of smart mobile devices, people's work, study and daily life are more closely connected to the Internet than ever before, thus creating a huge demand for data. In view of the current "big data" era in which we generate, process, and store large amounts of data on a daily basis, more and more enterprise organizations are beginning to realize that managing data more effectively will be the key to their future business success. Therefore, data center has become one of the fastest growing markets.


According to the latest forecasts, the driving force for Ethernet optical transceivers in the future will mainly come from the rapid growth of large data centers, telecom operators and traditional enterprises.


In the past, data centers in traditional enterprises mainly focused on data storage and disaster recovery, but never put forward excessive requirements for the carrying capacity of real-time multi-user data retrieval and burst large traffic access. However, with the emergence of large data, data center operations are gradually shifting from data storage to demand-based real-time data analysis and processing. Business and personal consumers increasingly demand more and more real-time data access. Many small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can't afford to support such large data services by building their own large data centers, so their needs can be met through cloud computing. Some forecasts suggest that cloud services will account for up to a third to a half of IT budgets in the future.


Driven by the rapid growth of cloud computing, large data centers are developing rapidly. Many Internet giants around the world have taken cloud services as an important strategy for their future. They are looking around the world for places to build giant data centers, hoping to capture a larger share of the global cloud computing market. Even though many emerging Internet giants started late in realizing that cloud computing will be the key to the future of the entire network industry, they are beginning to invest more in their data centers at home and abroad. With the rapid development of optical modules, more and more complex models, and higher requirements for wiring personnel, the problem of what kind of equipment and what kind of optical modules to use what kind of optical fiber also follows.