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Certifications
& Compliance

Standards, Compliance and Certifications are important to our company, our customers, and our global community

ISO9000/ISO14001 Certified contract manufacturers

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RoHS compliant to Directive 2011/65/EU

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CE products sold in the EEA meet safety and health requirements

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FCC certified for interstate and international communication

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FDA complaint in the United States

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NEBS Compliance Certified through Intertek

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EU compliant with Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)

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EAC products conform to all technical regulations of the Eurasian Customs Union

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REACH ensures a high level of protection for human health and the environment

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IEEE develops, defines, and reviews electronics and computer science standards

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ANSI/TIA-942 specifies the minimum requirements for data centers and covers all physical infrastructure

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Corning Gold Program represents the highest standard for manufacturers of optical patch cords

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TAA compliant products are manufactured or substantially transformed in the USA or a TAA-designated country

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Made in America means all significant parts, processing and labor are of U.S. origin

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Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, employers have a responsibility to provide a safe workplace

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IP68 products are deemed fit enough to withstand dust, dirt and sand, and are resistant to submersion

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The ITU-T coordinates standards for telecommunications and Information Communication Technology

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Telcordia GR1209/1221 outline criteria for passive optical components to ensure continuous operation over its lifetime

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MSA Documents

A multi-source agreement (MSA) is an agreement among multiple manufacturers to make products which are compatible across vendors, acting as de facto standards, establishing a competitive market for interoperable products. Products that adhere to multi-source agreements (MSAs) include: optical transceivers, fiber optic cables; and other networking devices. MSAs strictly define the operating characteristics of these network devices so that system vendors may implement ports in their devices (e.g. Ethernet switches and routers) that allow MSA compliant devices produced by name brands, as well as third party vendors, to function properly.

CFP MSA

CFP MSA MIS

CFP2 MSA

CFP4 MSA

CFP8 MSA

OSFP MSA

QSFP MSA

QSFP-DD-800 MSA

QSFP28 MSA

QSFP28 Mgmt. Interface for Cabled Environments MSA

QSFP112 MSA

Cross Reference For Industry Products MSA

SFP MSA

SFP DDM-DOM MSA

SFP Rate and Application Code MSA

SFP Rate and Application Selection MSA

SFP Tunable MSA

SFP+ Electrical Interface MSA

XFP MSA

XFP Tunable MSA