ATTO Technology ThunderLink NQ 3402 Thunderbolt 3 to Dual 40Gb Ethernet with QSFP Module (US Power Cord)

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ATTO Technology ThunderLink NQ 3402 Thunderbolt 3 to Dual 40Gb Ethernet with QSFP Module (US Power Cord)
Key Features
  • 2 x 40 Gb/s Thunderbolt 3 Ports
  • 2 x 40Gb Ethernet Ports
  • Thunderbolt Certified for Windows & Mac
  • Advanced Data Streaming Technology
With the ThunderLink NQ 3402 Thunderbolt 3 to Dual 40Gb Ethernet with QSFP Module from ATTO, users can connected Thunderbolt-enabled all-in-one workstations and notebooks to 40 Gb/s Ethernet networks and storage devices. Users will be able to take advantage of data throughput rates of up to 40 Gb/s, which provides the bandwidth for applications such as data backup, clustered computing, IP content delivery, medical imaging, video rendering, and much more.
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ATTO Technology NQ 3402 Overview

With the ThunderLink NQ 3402 Thunderbolt 3 to Dual 40Gb Ethernet with QSFP Module from ATTO, users can connected Thunderbolt-enabled all-in-one workstations and notebooks to 40 Gb/s Ethernet networks and storage devices. Users will be able to take advantage of data throughput rates of up to 40 Gb/s, which provides the bandwidth for applications such as data backup, clustered computing, IP content delivery, medical imaging, video rendering, and much more.

In addition to supporting a variety of bandwidth intensive tasks, this adapter also supports the daisy chaining of devices, including simultaneous 4K video and file transfers, USB connectivity, and more. Setup is simple, as the ThunderLink comes compatible with Windows 7 and later and macOS Sierra and later, and features Advanced Data Streaming (ADS) technology to maximize CPU processes for more reliable performance.

General Features

With a low-profile form factor and Thunderbolt 3 connectivity, ATTO's 40GbE ThunderLink NQ provides a flexible and scalable connectivity option for today's high-bandwidth environments.
Bandwidth capabilities to support for 4K video file transfer and display simultaneously.
This ATTO Thunderbolt product utilizes Advanced Data Streaming (ADS) Technology which maximizes CPU processes to deliver smooth and reliable data transfers and consistent performance
Pluggable QSFPs included
UPC: 603175008798

ATTO Technology NQ 3402 Specs

Connectivity
Networking Ports2 x 40Gb LC
Other Ports2 x Thunderbolt 3
Transceiver Slots2 x Quad Small Form-factor Pluggable (QSFP)
Host ConnectionThunderbolt 3
General
Supported IEEE Standards802.1p, 802.1q, 802.1qaz, 802.1qbb, 802.2az, 802.3ab, 802.3ad
Operating System SupportWindows, macOS/OS X
Transfer RatesThunderbolt 3: 40 Gb/s
Electrical
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz at 0.6 A
Adapter Power Output12 VDC
Environmental
Operating Temperature32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
Storage Temperature-40 to 158°F / -40 to 70°C
Operating Humidity10 to 90%
Storage Humidity5 to 95%
Physical
CertificationsRoHS, as per Manufacturer
Lock SlotYes
LED IndicatorsYes
Dimensions8.7 x 4.1 x 1.2" / 22 x 10.3 x 3.1 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.7 x 9.8 x 3.2"
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question

Can I run two of these over fiber optics so I can have a computer in one room and peripherals in another? Since corning wants to be lazy af I want to use two of these to exceed the 2m limit
Asked by: Jane S.
It might help to think of these as any other NIC. The Thunderbolt units are only different in that they use the Thunderbolt bus vs. a PCIe bus making them external. Consequently; an OS is required to install a driver to operate a NIC; so they can't really be used as extension cords per se. With that in mind if youre suggested configuration is:Rm1 computer -> NIC1 ... XXX ... NIC2 -> peripherals Rm2Setup A: This will not be viable; because an OS never directly provides instructions to NIC2. This was never a design configuration for a NIC. Setup B: It is possible to daisy-chain up to 6 Thunderbolt devices (i.e. in a series); it is up to you if this will be convenient enough for ...a computer in one room and peripherals in another, as this will be limited to the length of a Thunderbolt cable from one device to another. Rm1 computer ->NIC1 --> peripheral1 -> peripheral2-> peripheral3... Rm2And while this has never been tested at ATTO; Corning does make a 33ft/10M Optical Cable: <a href= https://www.apple.com/shop/product/HE125VC/A/thunderbolt-33-ft10-m-optical-cable-by-corning target= _blank >https://www.apple.com/shop/product/HE125VC/A/thunderbolt-33-ft10-m-optical-cable-by-corning</a>If used for the 1st device; you could concievable daisy-chain the remainder.
Answered by: ATTO T. ATTO Technology Expert
Date published: 2018-08-26
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