MultiPhy is a fast growing semiconductor company providing next generation ICs at 100G speeds for Metro and Data Center connections. Our patented technology enables large amounts of data to pass through optical networks fast and efficiently setting new benchmarks for cost and performance.
Todays’ era of big data needs are causing bandwidth demands to boom and traffic congestion across networks. Social networks, video streaming operators, search engine providers and telecom companies alike are investing massively in infrastructure to carry these complex types of traffic, undergoing a rapid transformation from traditional 10G networks to 100G and 400G. This transition is enabled by a paradigm shift in disruptive technologies of digital signal processing (DSP) for optical communication achieving the required speeds while benefiting from the semiconductors economies of scale.
MultiPhy’s talented team of multidisciplinary experts in DSP optical communications, high speed digital design and analog design, have created differentiated technology that redefines cost effective, high-performance solutions at 100G, 400G and beyond for next-generation networks.
DSP-based Integrated Circuits for Optical Communications
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Dr. David Dung
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Matthias Sachsenhauser, Ph.D.
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Dr. Keith Paulsen
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