"We are getting a 99% yield in our PASICs and addressing up to 8 different market segments, as the demand for integrated, silicon photonics lasers increase.” said Adam Carter. He made the statement whilst presenting OpenLight’s developments in heterogeneous, laser integration in silicon at the conference. He also showed the latest results achieved through the company’s differentiated, PASIC solutions – all part of its drive to bring photonics design to the masses.
The Optica PECC summit focuses on innovations and deployments of optics in datacenter applications. It partnered with the Advanced Photonics Coalition (APC, previously COBO) to host the PECC Industry Summit.
Discussion topics at the conference included:
- The need to anticipate and manage the growing energy demands of datacenters as a result of the increased use of AI. This follows the announcement at OFC that the energy used in a ChatGPT search is six times more than a Google or Bing search.
- New materials which improve speed and power consumption in datacenters, such as Lithium Niobite, Polymers, Plasmonics, as well as the potential use of chiplet technology.
- Efficient use of light sources in reducing power consumption.
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