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Emcore Bolsters Cable Production

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Emcore Corp. of Albuquerque, N.M., has announced full-scale production of its new 56-Gb/s 14 data rate active optical cables for computing, Ethernet router and switch applications. The high-speed cables are an addition to the Connects Cables line. The company said it is the first manufacturer in full-scale production of the cables, which are produced at its contract facility in China. Designed for computers, telecommunication routers, storage networks, and grid and cloud computing systems, the cables provide a high aggregated level of data throughput in a compact, lightweight form that supports the bandwidth needs of these advanced systems.

Photonics Spectra
Feb 2012
compound semiconductor
A semiconductor made up of two or more elements, in contrast to those composed of a single element such as germanium or silicon. In a III-V semiconductor, for example, one or more elements having three valence electrons (gallium, for instance) are combined with one or more having five (arsenic).
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The use of photonic devices rather than electronic devices to make connections within and between integrated circuits.
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