Solo10G SFP+ 10GbE Thunderbolt Adapter with SFP+ Module
Part No. SOLO10G-SFP-T3
Blazing-Fast 10GBASE-SR Connectivity
Technical advances plus cheaper gear have enabled creators to capture and output more content than ever at 4K and higher resolutions. The resulting files are larger, too. When moving all that data between your computer and networked storage, a simple Gigabit Ethernet connection can negatively impact your productivity. For post-production shared storage workgroups and other bandwidth-intensive workflows, you need more speed—10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) is the new data transfer standard. Affordable switches have lowered costs for setting up 10GbE infrastructure; however, the price of adding fiber optic client connectivity has remained high. Now, there is an equally affordable 10GbE interface for computers with Thunderbolt™ 3 or Thunderbolt 4 ports—Sonnet’s Solo10G™ SFP+ adapter, a powerfully simple solution for adding blazing-fast fiber optic 10GbE network connectivity.
Solo10G SFP+: 10GbE Connectivity Over Optical Cables at Up to 300 Meters
The Solo10G SFP+ adapter includes a 10GBASE-SR (short-range) SFP+ transceiver (the most commonly-used optical transceiver), enabling you to connect your computer to 10GbE infrastructure via LC optical cable (optical cables sold separately) at distances up to 300 meters.
- For Computers with Thunderbolt 3 or Thunderbolt 4 Ports
- 40Gbps Thunderbolt Interface
- Adds Optical 10GbE Connectivity
- Energy Efficient (Reduces the Adapter’s Power Demands on Your Computer)
- Easy Setup
- Small and Silent
- Bus-Powered, Energy Efficient
- Rugged Aluminum Construction
- Compatible with Mac®, Windows®, and Linux®
- 2-year Product Warranty
- Free Lifetime Customer Technical Support
- Designed in the USA
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