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    Supermicro 40GbE IB-QDR QSFP+ SR4 Transceiver MPO/MMF 100m w/OM3 150m w/OM4 (AOM-TQSFP-79EQPZ-AVG)

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    Supermicro 40GbE IB-QDR QSFP+ SR4 Transceiver MPO/MMF 100m w/OM3 150m w/OM4 (AOM-TQSFP-79EQPZ-AVG)

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    • Optical Transceiver
    • Perfect for 40GbE IB-QDR Long Distance Fiber Applications
    • Also Available in SR4, iSR4, and eSR4
    • Supermicro Certified


      • System
      • Motherboard
      • Add-on Card
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      The Supermicro AOM-TQSFP-79EQPZ-AVG enables QSFP+ 40GbE IB-QDR highspeed long distance fiber connections for servers, adapter cards, and switches. This transceiver is compliant with IEEE and SFF standard and is verified with Supermicro servers, AOC cards, and switches. The AOM-TQSFP-79EQPZ-AVG comes in SR4, iSR4,and eSR4 types. Each Supermicro transceiver is validated to ensure quality and performance.
      Detailed Specification

      Additional Information

      Manufacturer AVAGO
      Transceiver Form Factor QSFP+
      Applications 40GbE
      40G-IB-QDR / 20G-IB-DDR / 10G-IB-SDR
      Optical Interface MTP (MPO)
      Compatible Cabling Type Multi Mode Fiber
      Maximum Link Length 100m using OM3 MMF
      150m using OM4 MMF
      Warranty 1 year warranty
      Product Environmental Compliance RoHS and REACH compliant, details available upon request
      Prop 65 Warning
      This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to