Module multiplexer CUBO MINI 100G

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The HUBER+SUHNER CUBO mini 100G ODD is a compact, stand-alone optical demarcation device for 100G. It is specifically designed to solve a multitude of challenges. The CUBO mini is the first device to take advantage of the wide variety of 100G QSFP28 transceivers covering different distances up to 80km. It has two QSFP28 slots implementing a layer 1 optical conversion between the two slots. This approach not only makes the setup simple “plug & play” but also enables full transparency of all higher levels at the lowest possible latency. The CUBO mini 100G ODD also supports OTU4 as well as 40G. The CUBO mini 100G ODD is clearly labeled to make the operation as simple and intuitive as possible. Multiple LEDs provide easy state monitoring. Stand-alone module with 2x QSFP28 MSA port Support for MSA compliant transceiver2 QSFP28 ports support up to 8W power consumption (ideal for high power QSFP28) Low latency layer 1 “conversion” between the QSFP28 ports Transparent for all higher levels Supports OTU4 (4x 28G) Supports 40GE MSA compliant QSFP transceiver Port Loopback for both QSFP28 ports Port Deactivation for each QSFP28 port Self-install and “Plug & Play” operation Small size 12 x 16 cm (w x d) 1RU height Fully redundant active cooling In-service replaceable fans Intuitive WebGUI monitoring and control interface RADIUS support SNMPv3 remote protocol 19” rack mount for Central Office as well as single module mounting solution The CUBO mini is a standalone device with 2x QSFP28 MSA slots. It supports any MSA compliant QSFP28 transceiver and any combinations of different QSFP28 are possible. Our mini offers a robust Layer 1 conversion between its input and output.


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