West Hills, CA – 6/19/2017 – Source Photonics, a leading provider of optical transceivers for data center and broadband access connectivity, is a proud Silver Sponsor at the Data Centre Interconnect (DCI) in Acropolis, Nice on June 20-22, 2017.
The DCI conference explores the market drivers and advanced optical technology requirements to enable next generation DCI networks. Key players in the optical transceivers industry have invested in high-quality technology and processes to deploy innovative optical solutions for the market, and Source Photonics is excited to participate in the discussion on market trends and next generation technologies.
Our CTO, Mark Heimbuch, will present his thoughts on the future of optics for intra-datacenter networking on June 20, at 2:30 pm, CEST. He will explore next generation optical requirements and technology advancements required for intra-datacenter networks.
Barry Colella, head of Product Marketing at Source Photonics, will join a panel during the Next-Generation Optical Networking event on June 22, at 4:50pm, CEST, co-located with the DCI conference. Barry, together with thought-leaders in the industry, will discuss the PON interoperability and explore multi-vendor environments in next-generation PON networks.
Source Photonics, a product and technology leader in both Datacenter and Broadband Access markets, has expanded investments throughout the manufacturing supply chain including laser diode and advanced OSA production. Coupled with increased research and development investments, Source Photonics aims to maintain thought and product leadership in next generation networks.
To learn more about Source Photonics, please visit our website at www.sourcephotonics.com.
To register for Data Centre Interconnect, please visit the DCI website, https://tmt.knect365.com/optical-data-centre-interconnect/.
About Source Photonics
Source Photonics is a leading provider of innovative and reliable optical communications technology that enables communications and connectivity in datacenters, metro, and access networks. We invent next-generation solutions to provide customers with enabling technologies to support the rapidly increasing demands of cloud infrastructure, wireless communications, routing, and fiber-to-the-premises worldwide. Source Photonics is headquartered in West Hills, California, with manufacturing facilities, R&D, and sales offices worldwide.
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The company’s 400G OSFP module represents a 4x improvement in faceplate density over current 3.2Tb/s switches supported by 100G QSFP28 LR4, CWDM4, and PSM4 modules. The module integrates 8 transmit and receive channels each operating at 50Gbps using 25Gbaud PAM4 modulation on both the electrical interface and the optical interface. The company will be showcasing the demonstration at the Optical Fiber Communication (OFC) trade show this week in Los Angeles, CA. Continue Reading →
West Hills, CA – 3/16/2017 – Source Photonics, a leading provider of optical transceiver technology, in cooperation with Semtech Corporation, a leading supplier of analog and mixed-signal semiconductors, is pleased to announce the demonstration of a 53GBaud PAM4 compact ROSA capable of supporting a single lambda 100G QSFP28. The demonstration consists of an optical loop back from Source Photonics’ compact 53GBaud TOSA using a production grade EML laser and a 53GBaud ROSA built with Semtech’s GN1089 TIA. The combined TOSA and ROSA link supports a loss budget of 5dB and achieves better than 1×10-5 BER over the tested link. Continue Reading →