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Remote (Disaggregated) Lasers

What is a remote laser? An optical transceiver that separates the laser from the optical module.

A remote laser (also known as a disaggregated or external laser) is an optical transceiver that separates the laser from the optical module, allowing for better system design and manufacturing flexibility. A remote laser source can be placed up to hundreds of meters away from the optical I/O chiplet, ultimately saving space and cost. In addition to offering platform flexibility, remote lasers can be serviced or replaced separately from the rest of the system and operate at lower power levels and generate less heat, reducing overall power consumption. The SuperNova™ light source is the first optical source that meets the CW-WDM MSA (Continuous-Wave Wavelength Division Multiplexing Multi-Source Agreement) specification. Remote lasers can be used in a wide range of applications like high-speed I/O, optical computing, AI and machine learning, and high-density co-packaged optics.

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