Optical Transceivers Exploit Proprietary Technology

ColorChip presents a broad range of high speed optical transceivers from 40 to 400G, tailored to fit the growing connectivity requirements of mega datacenters. The company’s family of 100G CWDM4 2km and 4WDM-10 10km high-speed optical transceivers boast advantages of field verified reliability, high coupling efficiencies for significantly low power consumption, and automated assembly.

 

The components are based on a multi-generational optical engine platform, dubbed proprietary SystemOnGlass technology. ColorChip will demonstrate a new family of 100G-400G PAM4 optical transceivers, including 100G Single-Lambda PAM4 QSFP28, 200G FR4 (2km) and LR4 (10km) QSFP56 and 400G QSFP56-DD DR4/FR4 transceivers, built with power efficient uncooled DML/EML-based CWDM4 optical engines.

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ColorChip's CEO, Yigal Ezra, commented: "Today we are proud to announce the availability of 200G QSFP56 FR4 beta samples and expect to have 400G DR4/FR4 samples available in Q4, proving once again our commitment to spearhead innovative optical interconnect solutions that will further advance a truly connected world". For more info, visit ColorChip and/or email [email protected].

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