QSFP modules are commonly used for high-speed Ethernet connections, such as 40 Gigabit Ethernet (40GbE) and 100 Gigabit Ethernet (100GbE). They provide a high-density solution for data center interconnects and high-bandwidth networking.
InfiniBand is a high-speed interconnect technology used in high-performance computing (HPC) environments. QSFP modules are employed to support InfiniBand connections, providing fast data transfer between servers and other networking devices.
QSFP modules are used in Fiber Channel environments, supporting high-speed data transfer for storage area networks (SANs) and storage interconnects.
QSFP modules are widely used for interconnecting networking equipment within data centers. They facilitate high-speed connections between switches, routers, and servers.
In HPC environments, QSFP modules are used for fast and efficient communication between nodes in clusters. They contribute to the overall performance of supercomputing systems.
In telecommunications networks, QSFP modules are employed for high-capacity and high-speed connections between network elements, contributing to the efficiency and performance of the network.
QSFP modules are used in the backbone of networks, facilitating high-speed connections between core routers and switches.
QSFP modules support Direct Attach Copper (DAC) cables for short-distance connections within racks or between adjacent networking equipment.
QSFP modules also support optical transceivers for longer-distance connections using various types of optical fibers, including single-mode and multi-mode fibers.