QSFP28 requires more power than the router port can natively provide?
Depending on the functionality and reach of a QSFP28 transceiver, the required electrical power can be different from type to type. For this reason MSA specifies 7 different power classes defining the maximum power consumption of a transceiver.
Solved by CUBO mini
The CUBO mini 100G ODD supports all power classes on both QSFP28 ports. It therefore can be used as a power class extender for those cases where a transceiver is required that has a power class that isn’t supported by the router.
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100G optical transport applications for short distances up to 30km nowadays are simple and much more cost-effective. This is especially the case since QSFP28 transceivers have become the de facto standard and a wide range of different versions covering distances from a couple of meters to multiple kilometres. However, there are still those situations and configurations where QSFP28 transceivers reach their limits or simply cannot be used.
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