Enabling the next phase of Moore’s Law through optical connectivity

Ayar Labs solves the I/O bandwidth and power bottlenecks by moving data using light.

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100°Celsius SuperNova™ at ECOC 2021

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Demo of the SuperNova™ Light Source Operating from 15-100°C

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Ayar Labs Named a 2021 Gartner ‘Cool Vendor’ in Silicon Photonics

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Advanced Memory Architectures to Overcome Bandwidth Bottlenecks for the Exascale Era of Computing

This webinar brings together leading industry experts to discuss what’s needed to unlock future system performance and overcome the bandwidth bottlenecks that limit inter-processor and memory performance.

Watch this webinar now to learn what the future has in store for advanced memory architectures, including the challenges and opportunities presented and exciting new solutions using silicon photonics.

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Industry’s First Terabit Optical Link

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An Error-free 1 Tbps WDM Optical I/O Chiplet and Multi-wavelength Multi-port Laser

In this paper we demonstrate a 128 Gbps/port (8-λ×16 Gbps/λ) natively error-free transmission across eight optical ports using a 8-port, 8-λ/port WDM remote laser source and a pair of monolithically integrated CMOS optical I/O chiplets with 4.96-5.56 pJ/bit optical Tx+Rx chiplet energy efficiency.

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CW-WDM MSA

The CW-WDM MSA Consortium Releases New Specification for Multi-Wavelength Optical Laser Sources

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Revolutionizing Chip-to-Chip Communication Across Industry Verticals

Ayar Labs is disrupting the traditional performance, cost, and efficiency curves of the semiconductor and computing industries by delivering up to a 1000x improvement in interconnect bandwidth density at one-tenth the power. We use standard CMOS processing to develop high-speed, high-density, low-power optical interconnect “chiplets” and lasers to replace traditional electrical I/O.

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→ Disaggregated Architectures

→ Glue-less interconnects

→ Memory semantic fabrics

AI/HPC

→ Chip-Chip low latency

→ Bandwidth

→ HBM Capacity

Connectivity

→ Disaggregated base stations

→ RF-Optical I/O

→ Digital Beam Forming

Intelligent Edge

→ RF Sensing

→ Phased Array Radar

→ AI at the edge

Optical I/O for Aerospace & Defense

Solution Brief: Unleashing Opportunities in the Aerospace Industry with Optical I/O

The promise of in-package optical I/O for aerospace addresses the demands of maintaining technological leadership in the changing global environment. In this solution brief, we discuss the capabilities of optical I/O for aerospace and its role in the development of new sensing and computer architectures that disaggregate the functional units within a system.

Learn how optical signaling interfaces can contribute to resolving bandwidth, latency, and power challenges across a range of applications.

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Six Reasons the Aerospace Sector Needs Optical I/O Solutions

Companies developing the next generation of aerospace and defense solutions are pursuing a myriad of innovative ideas and technologies. From improving surface-to-air and vehicle-to-vehicle communication to enabling autonomous vehicle and unmanned aircraft operations…

Request your Optical I/O Starter Kit Today

Become a part of the I/O revolution and begin evaluating optical I/O for your next generation SoC architectures now with the Ayar Labs Optical I/O Starter Kit.  The kit includes everything you need and can be customized to meet your product requirements.

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Demo of the SuperNova™ Light Source Operating from 15-100°C

Ayar Labs demonstrates the industry’s first continuous wave, CW-WDM MSA compliant, 8 wavelength, 8 port optical source operating from 15 to 100°C on a 400 GHz wavelength grid.  Learn more about the SuperNova light source for optical I/O, AI, optical computing and...

Disaggregating System Architectures for Future HPC and AI Workloads

An explosion in demand for more compute capacity for high-performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence (AI) workloads is about to usher in a new era of disaggregated system architectures - with an emphasis on increased flexibility, efficiency, speed, and...

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