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Contrary to conventional technology, silicon photonics is a disruptive technology with a wide range of applications. High-performance computing, sensors, and data centres are all significant applications. To keep up with the semiconductor and electronics industries, the photonics business is quickly expanding.
One significant benefit could be the available bandwidth. In contrast to optical equipment, which can operate at greater speeds, most electronic devices are confined to GHz rates. As a result, researchers have been working to produce optical devices that function at quicker speeds and at a lower cost.
Because it combines the advantages of integration and photonics-high data densities and transmission over longer distances-silicon photonics is widely acknowledged as the next-generation communication systems and data interconnects.
The India Silicon Photonics Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Qpisemi today launched silicon photonics-based AI processors to power AI 2.0 technologies and a variety of other applications such as bioinformatics, drug discovery, AI modelling, optimization, metaverse, and manufacturing. Optical processors, rather than electrons, are used in AI 2.0 processors to perform neural-network calculations.
For data centres, AI 2.0 processors, codenamed AI20PXX, will be 100 times quicker than GPUs. Qpisemi offers three AI20P versions for different applications.
The AI20P00 is designed for datacenter computing and will provide 100x quicker processing than GPUs. AI2001 is designed for use in the automotive and metaverse industries.
The AI2002 is aimed towards security and surveillance applications with a smaller form factor.The goal of Qpisemi is to develop process research and fabrication advancements.
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