OSFPOpen Shortest Path First (RFC 1247; routing algorithm)
OSFPOlympiakos Syndesmos Filathlon Pireos (Greek: Olympiakos Fan Club of Pireas)
OSFPOffice of Special Funded Projects (California)
OSFPOpen Society Fund Prague (cultural foundation; Czech Republic)
OSFPOttawa Senators Fan Page (hockey; Ottawa, Canada)
OSFPOrissa Social Forestry Project (India)
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The OSFP form factor is designed for maximum thermal and electrical performance but does not provide backwards compatibility to existing form factors without an adapter.
The demonstration employed TE's OSFP I/O connector operating over a 10-inch PCB channel.
Broadcasts by staff from the OSFP Directorate and District Offices, including discussions with farmers, comprised part of the information strategy about planting and management techniques.
Since extension performance might be related to performance at the regional level and at the district level, within the overall region, OSFP participants and nonparticipants were selected by a stratified random sample procedure from 24 communities in two distinct districts in eastern India, namely, Cuttack and Sambalpur.
and HEC Director General IT as panelists duly moderated by Babar Zahoor founder of Open Source Foundation of OSFP.
Peek's MDSL router with OSFP (Open Shortest Path First) functionality is a broadband networking device and one of the few products in the market with an industrial specification temperature range in a very compact form factor.
MACOM's chipset solution operates at up to 56 Gb/s PAM-4 (28GBbaud PAM-4)data rate per channel, enabling short reach (up to 100m) optical modules for 200G QSFP and 400G QSFP-DD and OSFP applications.
The founding principles of the Foundation has been set as using and developing the local human resources for introducing IT-based solutions for local markets, home users and industry, Founder of OSFP, Babar Zahoor said here on Sunday.
The minimal power consumption of the MxL935XX meets the stringent power constraints of 400Gbps optical module form-factors, namely QSFP-DD, OSFP and COBO devices.
These different operating modes span a variety of optical module form factors such as QSFP28, SFP-DD, QSFP-DD, OSFP and COBO.
These optical interfaces can be implemented in next-generation module form factors such as QSFP-DD, OSFP, and COBO, and are believed to have significant time to market and performance advantages compared to other approaches.
The Industrys first public showing of a 400 GbE PAM4 OSFP test solution with TE Connectivity