Global growth in cloud computing is driving demand for higher-performance infrastructure. And to keep pace with demand, developers are transitioning to 400G technologies to enable compact, faster and lower cost-per-bit solutions, writes Antony Savvas.
Singapore-based CompoundTek, a global foundry services provider in emerging silicon photonics (SiPh) solutions, has announced the addition of a high-speed 106Gbps PAM4 MZI Si modulator to its portfolio. The company says the modulator offers customers capabilities in 400G/600G/800G applications and ‘extraordinary’ levels of productivity. Further minimising manufacturing risk with fewer respins, customers can expect improved […]Read More
L-com, an Infinite Electronics brand and a manufacturer of wired and wireless connectivity products, has introduced a new series of active optical cables (AOCs). These are designed to address high-speed datacentre and enterprise networking applications. L-com’s new AOCs are hot swappable, pluggable cable assemblies that support high-speed Ethernet, InfiniBand and Fibre Channel connectivity (10 Gbits/s […]Read More
The new issue of Optical Connections Magazine , is out now and coincides with the industry’s annual gathering at OFC 2016 in Anaheim, California. Read it online now In this issue, as well as highlighting all of the latest installation, networking systems and product news, we will provide an in-depth report into how a growing […]Read More