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The silicon photonics transceiver uses silicon photonics technology to integrate photoelectric conversion and transmission on a silicon chip.
Silicon optical technology’s central tenet is “replacing electricity with light,” or using laser beams to carry data instead of electronic signals, and fusing optical and electronic components into a standalone microchip.
Silicon photonics, the primary optical communication technology in the post-Moore era, is characterized by low power consumption, high integration, and high rate. The silicon optical module business has entered a phase of rapid expansion, Traditional optical modules won’t even come close to competing with silicon photonics technology in terms of peak speed per second, energy usage, or price.
The Global Silicon Photonics Optical Transceiver market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
According to Intel, volume shipments of 100-Gbps PSM4 optical transceivers that make use of its eagerly anticipated silicon photonics technology have started. Additionally, the business is testing silicon photonic optical modules based on the multi-source CWDM4 and CLR4 agreements (MSAs). Intel Data Center Group and general manager of the company’s Connectivity Group, both devices will be sold to Tier 1 cloud service providers and OEMs.
Along with IBM and other companies, Intel has adopted a silicon photonics strategy in which it incorporates the III-V material required to produce and detect light into a CMOS-based wafer structure. One such startup is Skorpios. Inferring that the technology was prepared for prime time, the business made a splash the previous year. Yet during this year’s OFC, Intel was unusually quiet.
However, it seems that Intel has overcome any obstacles the corporation may have faced along the way to commercialization and manufacturability. When asked if there were any significant obstacles Intel had to overcome to attain this milestone, Bjorlin dodged the query.
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