SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA – Luxtera has announced that significant performance gains have been achieved in the new TSV-enabled silicon photonics platform in development at TSMC. Announced last year, Luxtera and TSMC have jointly developed a unique silicon photonics platform in TSMC’s 300mm CMOS wafer foundry. Luxtera’s new device library, leveraging TSMC’s advanced process capabilities, has demonstrated the key performance parameters needed to lead the industry in speed, power, density, cost, and SoC integration.
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