Sivers Semiconductors demonstrates advanced laser chip

Sivers Semiconductors demonstrates advanced laser chip

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By Jean-Pierre Joosting

Sivers Semiconductors has announced that its subsidiary, Sivers Photonics, in collaboration with ecosystem partners is demonstrating its advanced laser chip and array technology at the OFC Conference in San Diego.

The first live demonstration features Ayar Labs’ optical I/O with the CW-WDM MSA compliant SuperNova™ light source powered by Sivers Photonics’ advanced DFB laser array.  As the complexity and size of AI models increase, traditional interconnect technology creates data bottlenecks that force GPUs and other accelerators to sit idle, limiting compute performance, increasing power consumption, and driving up costs. Ayar Labs’ optical I/O eliminates these bottlenecks, enabling customers to maximize the compute efficiency and performance of their AI infrastructure while lowering costs, latency, and power consumption.

A second live demonstration with LioniX International will showcase the recently announced three way partnership between Sivers, LioniX and Chilas B.V. to develop and supply a narrow-linewidth integrated O-Band CW Tunable 1310nm laser targeting high growth applications across optical communications and optical sensing sectors. Lionix have introduced the highly sought after laser to meet the growing demand for O-Band solutions for use by OEMs, advanced laboratories, and industrial sensor manufacturers innovating in the communications (passive optical networks, fiber optic communications), LiDAR, and molecular analysis markets.

Andrew McKee, Managing Director of Sivers Photonics, added: “Our InP100 product platform continues to deliver leading edge chips for high growth markets. Our continuing partnerships with leading industry companies aim to deliver modules into the datacomms and sensing markets”.

Anders Storm, Sivers Semiconductors, added “At this year’s OFC we will see a broad range of Sivers Photonics customers demonstrate products across optical communications and optical sensing sectors, including data centre applications, LiDAR and more, powered by Sivers advanced lasers”.

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