Gigalight Launches Enhanced 100G QSFP28 AOC for High-Performance Computing

Gigalight Launches Enhanced 100G QSFP28 AOC for High-Performance Computing

 Gigalight announce the introduction of new SFP28 (25Gbps) and QSFP28-SR4 (4 x 25Gbps) transceivers offering error free transmission over 100m of OM4 fibre with out the need for FEC.

 These devices will also be the basis of new Active Optical Cables offering up to 300m transmission distance on OM4 with low BER.

As we transition to IP systems, it is still important to maintain a high degree of signal integrity, especially when transporting high quality video. Low BER (Bit Error Rate) is essential for many applications, particularly for those systems that do not implement FEC (Forward Error Correction) in order to reduce latency or due to system processing constraints.





SFP28 transceiver modules are shipping now and sample quantities will be available from L2tek in in 2-3 weeks. The full range of transceivers and AOCs are expected to be shipping in quantity in June 2020. Please contact L2tek at or call us for more information. Please note that during the current Corona virus lockdown the L2tek team will be working from home but you can find all our contact details including mobile numbers at


L2Tek IBC Press Releaseread more


This will be L2Tek’s first year exhibiting at IBC, after a decade in the industry building established relationships with customers and suppliers large and small. Featuring prominently on their stand will be Semtech and Cambridge Electronic Industries, two of L2Tek’s longest serving suppliers. Both having their own demos on display.

L2TEK at ISE 2020 11-14th February 2020 Amsterdam | Rairead more


At this years ISE show, L2Tek have 5 suppliers attending - available for meetings to discuss products, and any enquiries.

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 The L2Tek team hope that you and your families are all keeping safe and healthy during this very difficult time.

Since the early outbreaks of COVID-19, we have been closely monitoring the impact Coronavirus could have on our organisation and the companies in our supply chain.

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