TeraSquare

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TS-CM44013

TeraSquare, of Korea, a leading company in fabless semiconductor development, has unveiled a parallel CDR (clock data recovery) solution that is says dramatically improves signal quality across 100G systems and make massive power consumption savings in the process.
 
TeraSquare’s parallel CDR- TS-CM44013 slashes Integrated Chip (IC) power consumption to 0.75w compared to average CFP4 levels of 3.5w, does not require a clock reference and has built in JTOL testability- avoiding the current expensive requirement for external testing equipment.
 

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