14 February 2023

In booth #5311 at the Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exhibition (OFC 2023) in San Diego, CA, USA (7–9 March), POET Technologies Inc of Toronto, Ontario, Canada — a designer and developer of the POET Optical Interposer and photonic integrated circuits (PICs) for the data-center, telecom and artificial intelligence (AI) markets — is hosting live demonstrations of its optical engine and light source products.

Specifically, customers and attendees can view mechanical samples and live demonstrations of the following products:

  • 800G 2xFR4 receive optical engines with integrated DMUX, photodiodes and trans-impedance amplifier;
  • 100G LR4 transmit and receive optical engines for 10km transmission applications;
  • O-band LightBar products with high-power continuous-wave (CW) lasers for co-packaged optics and artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI-ML) GPUs;
  • mechanical demo of 800G 2xFR4 QSFP-DD transceiver showcasing the simplicity of a transceiver design utilizing POET’s optical engines.

“All of POET’s integrated optical engines are based on POET’s Optical Interposer with hybrid integration of best-of-breed components and monolithic integration of passive elements, resulting in an extremely small chiplet architecture enabling the production of 800G, 1.6T and even 3.2T transceivers in standard pluggable form factors,” says Raju Kankipati, senior VP & USA general manager. “We will also be demonstrating and showing mechanical samples of our innovative LightBar products, an essential component for AI-ML accelerator GPUs, an emerging but potentially huge market,” he adds. “As one of the optoelectronics industry’s premier events, OFC is the perfect place to highlight our newly released products and to continue growing our network of potential partners and customers.”

See related items:

POET announces availability of 400G and 800G receive optical engines

POET announces production release of optical engines for 100G, 200G and 400G for telecom and data-center markets

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Source: https://www.semiconductor-today.com/news_items/2023/feb/poet-140223.shtml