Luxtera is the world leader in CMOS photonics. Luxtera developed a Silicon Photonics technology platform that enables a new breed of monolithic opto-electronic devices manufactured in a low cost CMOS process. Their vision is to deliver economic optical connectivity everywhere, from network level to intra-system level, and eventually chip-to-chip. Today, the company is applying this technology to single chip transceiver products that aim to deliver optical performance at cost points associated with legacy copper solutions. Their product Blazar (LUX5010A) is a low power 40 Gbps Active Optical Cable assembly containing four complete fiber optic transceivers per end, each operating at data rates from 1 to 10.3125 Gbps and supporting a reach up to 4,000 meters. The cable is available in a number of standard lengths up to 300 meters and custom lengths up to 4,000 meters.
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