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XLMD Multi-Source Agreement (MSA) was formed in March, 2007 to establish compatible sources of 40Gbit/s Transmitter Optical Sub-Assembly (TOSA) and Receiver Optical Sub-Assembly (ROSA) for use in the 40 Gbit/s transceivers.
XLMD MSA committee first published documents in Feb, 2008.
This initiative standardizes the common mechanical dimensions, footprint and pin functions of the TOSA/ROSA devices.
The XMD MSA compliant TOSA/ROSA were widely accepted in the market.

The XLMD2-MSA was formed in July, 2011 to establish compatible sources of 40 Gbit/s miniature optical transmitter and receiver devices embedded into the compact 40 Gbit/s serial pluggable optical transceiver modules.
XLMD2 MSA committee first published documents in Mar, 2013.



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