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SFP Form Factors

Form Factor refers to the size, shape and other attributes related to the design of SFP hardware. Optical transceivers are available in a variety of small form-factor pluggable (SFP) modules, including SFP, SFP+, XFP, and more.

These optical transceivers are compliant with standards developed by the industry wide Multi-Sourcing Agreement (MSA), and include Fast Ethernet to 100 Gig speeds.

Transition Networks’ SFP Modules are available in a variety of form factors to provide the right connections for your network. We support Fast Ethernet speeds through 100 Gigabit speeds. View our available form factors below.

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