I understand that your new optical module is intended to be a higher level implementation of a fiber optic ethernet media converter.
I also understand that you've reworked several of the Rendu products to add an SFP port to allow direction fiber optic Ethernet connections.
I applaud both of these moves and, as my networking gear has SFP ports already, would strongly consider these if my current media converter or uRendu died.
But as far as I can tell, your devices follow all standard SFP based optical ethernet protocols and standards. (I use the term 'standand' loosely here, as the lack of an actual SFP standards body is what unfortunately has led to some vendors modules not playing well with other vendors networking gear.) In other words, whatever their performance level, the SFP equipped Sonore products function the same (from an Ethernet networking perspective) as other media converters and SFP port equipped devices. So how is 'systemOptique' different than existing optical Ethernet standards?
Similarly, you mention 'systemOptique certified'. Can you publish the specs that define the certification and how they are tested? (I thought 'systemOptique' was simply a convenient product grouping reference reflecting SFP enabled devices until I saw references to certification.) Are you looking for other manufacturers to certify against this spec?