- Convert and extend a high-speed copper (10GBASE-T) connection over fiber (10GBASE-R) using the 10Gbe SFP+ transceiver of your choice
- 10 Gigabit Ethernet Copper-to-Fiber Media Converter / Open SFP+ / Managed
- 10G Ethernet Media Converter w/ SFP+ Slot
- Extend your network over long distances using fiber-optic cable
- Flexible setup using the SPF+ module that's best for your network / Customize to fit your needs using the serial console management port
- Empty expansion bay / Supports LFP
The 10G fiber converter delivers fast and reliable network access at longer distances than copper-based networks, making it ideal for server rooms or workstations in remote areas or in other buildings.
This high-performance fiber media converter integrates nicely into a variety of 10 Gigabit networks. And, because the card supports up to 10Gbps throughput, you can quickly bridge your traditional 10Gb copper (RJ45) based network across long distances using fiber-optic cable.
Now you can transfer large files and access high-bandwidth multimedia content in less time, even in remote locations.
With an open SFP+ slot, the 10GbE media converter adapts to your network connection and distance requirements. Plus, because it's compatible with most 10GbE SFP+ transceivers, it offers more possibilities for connecting devices and users to your network. With support for a wide range of transceivers, the network converter is ideal for dynamic, high-performance data centers.
The 10 Gigabit fiber media converter offers built-in management functionality, so you can quickly, yet effectively manage and customize your network settings through the local serial console port.
If your existing network consists of RJ45 copper-based devices and cables, you might not be ready for future network expansion. Because the newest fiber-based network switches feature SFP+ ports more often than RJ45 ports, you might need a converter to bridge your copper and fiber networks together.
This versatile fiber media converter is the perfect way to add users and devices to your network, now or in the future, while simultaneously interfacing your copper and fiber network mediums.