Suzhou, China, Feb.27, 2022—InnoLight Technology, a provider of high-speed optical interconnection comprehensive solutions, announced today that its next generation 800G OSFP DR8+ low power optical transceiver based on Sipho technology was recognized among the best by the 2023 Lightwave Innovation Reviews. An esteemed and experienced panel of judges from the optical communications community recognized InnoLight as a high-scoring honoree.
“On behalf of the Lightwave Innovation Reviews, I would like to congratulate InnoLight on their high-scoring honoree status,” said Lightwave Editorial Director, Stephen Hardy. “This competitive program allows Lightwave to celebrate and recognize the most innovative products impacting the optical communications community this year.”
Osa Mok, Chief Marketing Officer of InnoLight Technology, said,‘In order to meet the rapidly evolving needs of the market, low-cost and low-power 800G optical transceivers are very attractive for the deployment of next-generation data centers. We believe that by incorporating silicon photonics technology into InnoLight’s next-generation 800G DR8+ low power solution and delivering superior performance, we can help our customers improve the efficiency of data interconnection in a more cost-effective manner.’
The innovation points for this 800G OSFP DR8+ includes silicon photonics chip, excellent DSP bare die substrate design and RF design, innovative cooling design etc., which is to ensure good signal integration and low power consumption performance. Besides, high integration and simplified manufacturing process are able to enhance cost competition compared to EML platform based solutions over the market. Silicon photonics technology based DR8+ optical transceiver would be targeting one of datacenter optics solutions as a more cost-effective solution.
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