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Spirent and InnoLight Partner to Demonstrate 800G Ethernet Interoperability

Spirent Communications and InnoLight Technology today announced the successful validation of 800G optical transceiver interoperability. Vital to the next stage of high-speed Ethernet evolution, this latest interoperability success signals a further step towards 800G implementation.

InnoLight Technology is a leading global manufacturer of optical transceivers, and the project successfully demonstrated an 800G link up and line rate traffic transmission using IEEE 802.3ck OSFP for VSR application. InnoLight and Spirent engineers worked closely to develop and get the 800G link operational to emulate the traffic of hyperscale datacenters.

“We were delighted to work with Spirent to showcase this latest step towards 800G interoperability,” said Osa Mok, Chief Marketing Officer for InnoLight. “As vendor-agnostic test and measurement leaders, Spirent was able to help us create the environment to continuously test and validate the performance of our 800Gb/s OSFP DR8+ 2km SMP optical transceivers, which are such vital components of the future datacenter and cloud network ecosystem.”

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