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Active SFP+ Twinax 10gbE between Cisco Nexus and HP Servers

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We are in the planning stages of a new Nexus 7009 Core switch, and are trying to verify compatability of using 10 meter SFP+ Active Twinax cabling (Cisco part: SFP-H10GB-ACU10M) to connect the core to server HP servers with NC552SFP 10gbE cards. I know that the cards support SFP+ twinax, but I can't find any information about support at the 10m length which requires the active twinax  rather than passive. Does anyone have experience wiring HP servers for 10gE at this distance?
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Have similar dinstances active on HP server and HP 5800 switch, without any errors on ports.
10 m must be possible with Nexus as well.
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