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SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct. 1, 2021 — Digital Signal ProcessorsThe announced Seagull 110 and Seagull XR8 PAM4 digital signal processors from Credo Semiconductor Inc. enable high-performance 50-, 100-, 200-, and 400-Gbps applications in hyperscale data centers.

The Seagull 110 is a 2×50-Gbps PAM4 retimer, while the Seagull XR8 is an 8×50-Gbps PAM4 retimer. Both devices are backward-compatible and support legacy data rates. The Seagull 110 is ideal for 1:2 breakout active optical cable or transceiver links between servers with 50G PAM4 interfaces and top of rack or end-of-row switches. The Seagull XR8 enables VCSEL-based 400-Gbps PAM4 solutions, providing a cost-effective alternative to current single-mode fiber based fiber connectivity within the rack. With 1:2, 1:4, or 1:8 breakout options, the Seagull XR8 provides flexible options for interconnect and network density.
Oct 2021

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