What Are Pluggable Optics?

August 27, 2020

As the world turns increasingly digital and technology shapes the future, fiber optics aren’t just an option anymore — they’re a necessity. The high-volume and streamlined efficiency of fiber optic technology has made it a popular choice for consumers across the world. A consistent push for improved bandwidth and increased density — along with low […]

PAM4 vs. Coherent Optics

May 7, 2020

Video streaming, corporate applications in the cloud, the emerging 5G cellular network and more all have one thing in common — they require a lot of bandwidth. In a world that is increasingly reliant on high-speed internet, networks need 100G DWDM pluggable transceivers that can keep up with the demand — and scale as it […]

Fiber Optics Cleaning Guide

March 20, 2020

You need your fiber optics to perform reliably, so you have to make sure they stay clean and well-maintained. You also need to take extreme care when handling them to ensure they don’t get damaged. In this guide, we’ll discuss how you can keep fiber optic cables, connectors and optical transceivers clean and in good condition without […]

Debunking Third Party Optics Myths

February 13, 2020

Will Third-Party Optics Void Your Warranty? As a long-established supplier of third-party optics, Worldwide Supply often hears the question: “Will third-party optics void the warranty on my OEM hardware?” The short answer is no. While OEM’s warranties do not cover third-party optics, the MagnusonMoss Warranty Act prohibits them from revoking warranty support on their equipment […]

Optics Products from Worldwide Supply

July 26, 2013

Worldwide Supply offers the highest quality optics equipment at competitive prices of up to 80% off OEM prices. Worldwide Supply stocks 100MB, 1GB, and 10GB optical transceivers for all datacom, telecom and enterprise environments. Worldwide Supply’s extensive portfolio of new optics guarantees quality, consistency, individual product serialization and application specific testing following TL 9000 standards. […]