GAO Comm has released a series of HP compatible transceivers

Toronto, ON - GAO Comm has released a series of HP compatible transceivers. It is 100% compatible with HP original products. The transceiver types include GBICs. The data speeds include 1.25G.

Toronto, ON - GAO Comm has released a series of HP compatible transceivers. It is 100% compatible with HP original products. The transceiver types include GBICs. The data speeds include 1.25G.


GAO Comm provides high performance, reliable, and cost -effective optical transceivers as well as lower total cost of ownership to help enterprises and service providers meet the challenges of diverse network topologies. GAO Comm introduces the most reliable and best performing optical transceivers, and we warrant their availability, capaity, and performance.
We offer these high quality products at competitive prices, rapidly delivery and great customer service.

We offer compatible HP transceiver models now:

J4858A J4858B J4858C
J4859A J4859B J4859C
J4860A J4860B J4860C


For more information regarding GAO Comm HP compatible transceivers please visit:
http://www.gaocomm.com/compatible_optical_transceiver_hp -c -172_195.html

About GAO Comm
GAO Comm is an international leading provider of communication test instruments and equipment and devices that serve the needs of communication infrastructure, installation and maintenance.
For more information please visit http://www.GAOComm.com

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