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Optical Engines, Transceiver Solutions

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Ranovus Inc. has announced a highly scalable Optical Engine and 200-Gbps CFP2 optical transceiver solution for the data center interconnect market.

A multiwavelength subsystem based on a single quantum dot laser source is capable of generating multiple wavelengths simultaneously. Ring resonator-based SiP modulators provide an efficient wavelength to modulate a wavelength-division multiplexing optical signal without multiplexing or demultiplexing architectures.

The company’s optical engines and modules offer a disruptive value proposition in attaining the lowest-cost connectivity solutions compared to Coherent-based and other Direct Detect solutions. The company’s product roadmap includes optical engines and pluggable modules beginning with 200-Gbps applications in a CFP2 form factor and 400-Gbps in a future CFP8 form factor.


Photonics Spectra
Nov 2016
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