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XFP modules use an LC fiber connector type to achieve higher density.
The physical dimensions of the SFP transceiver are slightly smaller than the later XFP transceiver.
, and produced physical layer ICs used in 10GE line cards and optical modules (such as XENPAK, SFP, XFP).
XFP is a slightly larger form factor than the popular small form-factor pluggable transceiver, SFP and SFP+ .
The XFP packaging was smaller than the XENPAK form-factor which had been published earlier (by almost a year).
The XFI electrical interface specification was a 10 gigabit per second chip-to-chip electrical interface specification defined as part of the XFP multi-source agreement. It was also developed by the XFP MSA group. XFI is sometimes pronounced as "X" "F" "I" and other times as "ziffie".
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The XFP specification was developed by the XFP Multi Source Agreement Group. It is an informal agreement of an industry group, not officially endorsed by any standards body. The first preliminary specification was published on March 27, 2002. The first public release was on July 19, 2002. It was adopted on March 3, 2003, and updated with minor updates through August 31, 2005.
XFP are available with a variety of transmitter and receiver types, allowing users to select the appropriate transceiver for each link to provide the required "optical reach" over the available optical fiber type (e.g. multi-mode fiber or single-mode fiber). XFP modules are commonly available in several different categories:
X2 modules are smaller and consume less power than first generation XENPAK modules, but larger and consume more energy than the newer XFP transceiver standard and SFP+ standards.
XFP modules are hot-swappable and protocol-independent. They typically operate at near-infrared wavelengths (colors) of 850 nm, 1310 nm or 1550 nm.
The chair of the XFP group was Robert Snively of Brocade Communications Systems, and technical editor was Ali Ghiasi of Broadcom.
Jadu XForms Professional (or XFP) provides a non-technical framework for complex forms development. XForms Professional connects to back office systems (such as CRM) and e-payments systems to enable accessible transactional forms.
The physical dimensions of the XFP transceiver are slightly larger than the original small form-factor pluggable transceiver (SFP). One of the reasons for the increase in size is to allow for on-board heat sinks for more cooling.
Systems scaling is accomplished by stacking up to eight of the ERS 5632FD units to provide up to 64 ports of 10-gigabit ethernet through XFP transceivers and 192 ports of 1000BASE-X Small form-factor pluggable transceivers; or stacking four ERS 5698TFD units to provide up to 8 ports of 10-gigabit Ethernet through XFP transceivers modules and 24 ports of 1000BASE-X Small form-factor pluggable transceivers and 144 ports of copper 10/100/1000BASE-T; or stacking eight ERS 5650TD units to provide 16 ports of 10-gigabit ethernet through XFP transceivers and 384 ports of copper 10/100/1000BASE-T connections. The ERS 5600 also has the ability to mix any combination of Switches of up to 8 units.
The newest module standard is the enhanced small form-factor pluggable transceiver, generally called SFP+. Based on the small form-factor pluggable transceiver (SFP) and developed by the ANSI T11 fibre channel group, it is smaller still and lower power than XFP. SFP+ has become the most popular socket on 10GE systems. SFP+ modules do only optical to electrical conversion, no clock and data recovery, putting a higher burden on the host's channel equalization. SFP+ modules share a common physical form factor with legacy SFP modules, allowing higher port density than XFP and the re-use of existing designs for 24 or 48 ports in a 19" rack width blade.
Although the XENPAK agreement received early support, its modules were thought to be overly large for high density applications. , vendors generally changed to use XFP modules for longer distances, and Enhanced small form-factor pluggable transceivers, known as SFP+ modules, for higher densities.
In comparison to earlier XENPAK or XFP modules, SFP+ modules leave more circuitry to be implemented on the host board instead of inside the module. Through the use of an active electronic adapter, SFP+ modules may be used in older equipment with XENPAK ports.
The XFP (10 Gigabit Small Form Factor Pluggable) is a standard for transceivers for high-speed computer network and telecommunication links that use optical fiber. It was defined by an industry group in 2002, along with its interface to other electrical components, which is called XFI.
XENPAK was the first MSA for 10GE and had the largest form factor. X2 and XPAK were later competing standards with smaller form factors. X2 and XPAK have not been as successful in the market as XENPAK. XFP came after X2 and XPAK and it is also smaller.