This was spotted today in the Mikrotik Wiki’s supported hardware list.
|Brand||Model||Rate||Connector/Cable Type||Wavelength||Tested with||Works/Doesn’t|
|MikroTik||RB SFP3401||10/100/1000||RJ45, Cat6||–||RB2011LS-IN||Works. Available in Q3!|
|MikroTik||RB SFP5602D-53||155M~2.63G||Bi-Di LC, MM||1550/1310||RB2011LS-IN||Works. Available in Q3!|
|MikroTik||RB SFP5602D-35||155M~2.63G||Bi-Di LC, MM||1310/1550||RB2011LS-IN||Works. Available in Q3!|
|MikroTik||RB SFP3420D||1,25G||LC, MM||1310||RB2011LS-IN||Works. Available in Q3!|
|MikroTik||RB SFP3903D||10G||LC, MM||850||RB2011LS-IN and TBA||Works. Available in Q3!|
.. wait what?
RB SFP3903D listed as 10G and working in a yet to be announced product (TBA).
Are they referring to another as yet unannounced model of the CCR or something entirely new? More info here as we find it!
Update: Relevant reading from Tilera – http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/Tileras-TILE-Gx-MikroTiks-RouterOS-Unleash-Worlds-First-36-Core-Cloud-Core-Router-1678838.htm
This would lead us to believe the SFP in question is a 10Gig SFP+ module intended to work in an as yet unannounced CCR model, joy to the routing world!