Lockheed backs optical interconnects with Ayar Labs investment

Lockheed backs optical interconnects with Ayar Labs investment

Lockheed backs optical interconnects with Ayar Labs investment Ayar Labs, a Silicon Valley startup with the stated aim of “enabling the next phase of Moore’s law through optical connectivity”, says it has received strategic investment from the venture wing of the...
Ayar Labs Realizes Co-Packaged Silicon Photonics

Ayar Labs Realizes Co-Packaged Silicon Photonics

Ayar Labs Realizes Co-Packaged Silicon Photonics High-performance computing demand high-performance I/O. The industry has been struggling with improving high-bandwidth long-range solutions for some time. Last year saw the introduction of FPGAs from both Intel and...
9 cutting-edge technology startups to watch in 2020

9 cutting-edge technology startups to watch in 2020

9 cutting-edge technology startups to watch in 2020 In recent years, access to mid- and large-sized funding rounds to scale a company has skyrocketed, a trend that equips startups with resources they need to scale their technology. But the challenge for younger tech...
CB Insights – Game Changing Startups 2020

CB Insights – Game Changing Startups 2020

CB Insights – Game Changing Startups 2020 The past few decades have seen unprecedented levels of innovation, especially in what Peter Thiel calls the world of “bits,” or software, internet, and mobile technology. According to Thiel, however, there’s a sense that...
On-Chip Optical Links Are One Step Closer To Reality

On-Chip Optical Links Are One Step Closer To Reality

Ayar Labs looks like it is just about ready to put its optical I/O chiplet technology into commercial datacenter products.  A presentation at the recent Hot Chips conference revealed a lot more detail about Ayar’s technology than it has have offered in the past, while...
Ayar Labs and Intel add optical input-output to an FPGA

Ayar Labs and Intel add optical input-output to an FPGA

Intel has teamed with several partners in addition to Ayar Labs for its FPGA-based silicon-in-package design, part of the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA) project.  Ayar Labs used the Hot Chips conference, held in Palo Alto, California in August,...

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