OFC 2016 Features Cosemi Technologies’ Photodiode, VCSEL and Optical Subassembly Solutions

This week at the Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exhibition (OFC), Cosemi Technologies Inc., a global supplier of high-speed optical semiconductor solutions, will be on hand to highlight its proven, field-tested lineup of photodiode, VCSEL and optical subassembly (OSA) solutions that address the high-speed bandwidth needs of data centers. OFC 2016 attendees can learn more by visiting Cosemi's product showcase at booth #3640 on the show floor at the Anaheim Convention Center.

Cosemi's scalable fiber optic solutions will be spotlighted at OFC. Cosemi's photodiodes and active optical cables support the high-performance, high volume needs of data centers, telecom/datacom, FTTH, home entertainment and more.

As data centers virtualize more of their servers and storage, there is an increasing need for lower cost, higher speed network connections. To support this next generation of connections, Cosemi offers solutions that range from GPON and fiber to the home (FTTH) to simplex 10G and 25G fiber optics, as well as the increasing number of 4x10G, 2x25G, 4x25G, and 10x10G applications. These parallel optics applications require arrays for active optical cables or wavelength demux assemblies, Cosemi offers photodiode array solutions for long wavelength applications for CWDM and DWDM, as well as complete, fully tested ROSA and TOSA assemblies.

Cosemi leverages its comprehensive lineup of high-speed photodiodes and innovative packaging capabilities to expand the number of applications that can take advantage of fiber optics. With quality solutions that service the data center, datacom/telecom, fiber in the home, FTTH, home entertainment and consumer electronics markets, Cosemi delivers breakthrough cost and performance improvements that make fiber optics' enormous data carrying potential a reality.

Dr. Nguyen X. Nguyen, Cosemi's CEO, noted that, "The data center is a focus of OFC 2016, and our high-speed fiber optic components and active optical cables form the building blocks for infrastructures supporting today's unprecedented data growth. Historically, OFC has attracted the most prominent, trendsetting business and technical experts in the optical communications field, and we're looking forward to sharing our solutions with them."

Source: http://www.cosemi.com/

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