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Optical Transceivers

At Precision OT, we provide a full range of optical transceivers to meet even the most demanding network requirements. No matter if you’re a telecom giant, data center powerhouse, rural service provider or an enterprise looking to optimize your network, we have versatile optical transceiver solutions for you.

Ensure Network Reliability

From the data centers that process and store data to broadband communications networks that connect us door to door, optical transceivers are part of the backbone that supports these critical infrastructures.

Put the power of choice back into your hands with our extensive product suite of optical transceivers built to ensure network reliability without compromising performance. All of our products are meticulously engineered to deliver exceptional performance, reliability and versatility. Whether you need compact SFPs or high-speed QSFP28s, we have the right transceiver for every network application, all seamlessly integrated into your network infrastructure.

View all of our available products below.

Ready to Upgrade Your Network?

When you choose an optical transceiver from Precision OT, you’re also choosing flexibility, customization and dedicated support. With our state-of-the art lab, advanced engineering team’s expertise and rigorous quality control, we engineer solutions to exceed industry standards to provide you with optimized network performance for the long haul.

If you’re a network operator struggling to find the right solution, let Precision OT be your guide as we work together to tailor a solution that’s custom-engineered for you.

Let’s elevate your network’s capabilities. Contact us today to discuss your specific requirements, and our team of engineering experts will help you choose the ideal solution.

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