YOKNEAM, Israel, Sept. 24, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — ColorChip, a global leader in photonic integrated transceivers, will be presenting a broad range of high speed optical transceivers from 40-400G during the 2018 European Conference for Optical Communication (ECOC) in Rome, Italy, providing ideal solutions tailored to fit the growing connectivity requirements of mega datacenters worldwide.
ColorChip is well positioned to support the immense and ever-evolving mega-datacenter connectivity demands through a cutting-edge family of high-speed optical transceivers. Proven with hundreds of thousands of deployments in mega-datacenters, ColorChip’s 100G CWDM4 2km and 4WDM-10 10km solutions deliver the advantages of field verified reliability, high coupling efficiencies for significantly low power consumption and automated assembly, delivering high production scalability and yields.
With a multi-generational optical engine platform, based on proprietary SystemOnGlass™ technology, ColorChip continues to confidently introduce new products. During the exhibition, ColorChip will demonstrate a new family of 100G-400G PAM4 optical transceivers, including 100G Single-Lambda PAM4 QSFP28, 200G FR4 (2km) and LR4 (10km) QSFP56 and 400G QSFP56-DD DR4/FR4 transceivers, built with power efficient uncooled DML/EML-based CWDM4 optical engines.
ColorChip’s CEO, Yigal Ezra, commented: “Today we are proud to announce the availability of 200G QSFP56 FR4 beta samples and expect to have 400G DR4/FR4 samples available in Q4, proving once again our commitment to spearhead innovative optical interconnect solutions that will further advance a truly connected world”.
ColorChip (www.color-chip.com), established in 2001, is a technology innovator in the field of photonic integrated hybrids whose vision is to break open the optical interconnect bandwidth barrier with high-speed optical transceiver solutions to support the explosive bandwidth demand of the Datacom and Telecom markets. Headquartered in Yokneam, Israel, ColorChip leverages its fully owned, industrialized optics-based FAB dedicated to the production of PLC based SystemOnGlass™ optical engines, whose glass platform is the ideal medium for emerging PAM4 applications. ColorChip has production facilities in Israel and Thailand, and offices in San Jose, California.
Noa Kotok, Media Relations
SOURCE ColorChip Ltd.