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NEWARK, Calif., July 11, 2018 — The 100-G CWDM4+ transceivers from Kaiam Corp. offer higher performance than the CWDM4 standard, with optimization and testing for added reliability.

The enhanced CWDM4+ transceivers provide −1 dBm minimum Tx OMA, which is 3 dB more than required by the CWDM4 standard. This, in turn, supports 3 dB more link budget than the CWDM4 standard requires, providing for more robust links in the face of various real-world data center link impairments. Similar to a space-grade production process, each fully assembled module undergoes environmental test and burn-in prior to shipment and also a routine chip-level screening, resulting in higher reliability.

The optical path, based on Kaiam’s optical wire bond technology, uses far fewer components than competing legacy solutions, resulting in lower optical losses.
Jul 2018

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