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Small wonder

A new implementation agreement for low-power consumption will see small modules push technological barriers, finds Andy Extance

Taking centre stage

The data centre has created demand for an infrastructure that provides greater bandwidth and higher data rates, but how has this impacted the market for optical components? 

Matched suite of 64 Gbd coherent optical components available from NeoPhotonics

NeoPhotonics has made available its suite of 64 GBd optical components for coherent systems operating at 600G and 1.2T, now shipping to customers. 

Consisting of three critical optical components - a 64 GBd coherent driver modulator, 64 GBd coherent intradyne receiver and an ultra-narrow linewidth tuneable laser – the suite works together to enable customers to implement single channel 600G or dual channel 1.2T data transmission over datacentre interconnect (DCI) distances of 80 km.

NeoPhotonics demos 600G CFP2-ACO coherent module

Components and subsystems developer NeoPhotonics will demonstrate its pluggable coherent CFP2-ACO module designed for single-wavelength transmission at 400G and beyond at OFC 2017 in Los Angeles, on 21–23 March.

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NeoPhotonics (booth 3017) will be showing a selection of products that have recently begun sampling to customers. First up are its 400G CFP8 transceiver modules, designed for data centre interconnect and client-side telecom applications over distances of up to 10km. As part of this development, NeoPhotonics recently announced an electroabsorption modulated laser (EML) with the driver integrated with the EML at the chip-on-carrier level.

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