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Ayar Labs to Demo Commercial-Grade 4Tbps Optical I/O Solution
Ayar Labs, founded in 2015, is pursuing optics as a means of driving higher interconnect speeds and efficiencies in computing. Now, the company is announcing that it plans to demonstrate a staggering 4Tbps optical solution at the Optical Fiber Communication Conference (OFC) in San Diego next week. In an interview with HPCwire, Ayar Labs CEO Charlie Wuischpard called the solution “the full realization of [Ayar Labs’] commercial-grade product” and discussed the future of the company and its products…
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Sivers Photonics demonstrates CW-WDM MSA-compliant DFB laser arrays with Ayar Labs’ SuperNova™ at OFC 2023, supporting the next generation of network technology
Sivers Semiconductors AB (“Sivers”) today announces that its subsidiary, Sivers Photonics, has successfully demonstrated its CW-WDM MSA compliant distributed feedback (DFB) laser arrays with Ayar Labs’ SuperNova™ remote optical source, supporting next generation applications including AI connections, disaggregated data centers, 6G, phased array sensory systems and more.
Quantifi Photonics announces the Laser 1300 Series, powered by Ayar Labs’ SuperNova™ multi-wavelength, multi-port light source
Quantifi Photonics announced the Laser 1300 Series, a compact and scalable CW-WDM MSA-compliant laser test source, to enable the CW-WDM ecosystem and accelerate the adoption of multi-wavelength technology in applications such as AI, HPC, and high-density optics.
Introducing the Photonics100
Congratulations to Mark Wade, Ayar Labs CTO, SVP engineering, and co-founder, for being recognized as part of The Photonics100’s most innovative people in the photonics industry.
Silicon Photonics and the Hunt for an HPC Bandwidth Bottleneck Breakthrough
“FLOPS are cheap, moving data is expensive.” In HPC circles this sentiment is heard often. There’s a growing sense that classical HPC systems and the advanced chips that power them are pushing up against their practical limits, that some foundational new technology is needed to build more balanced systems to achieve the next major advance in supercomputing power.
Highlights from SC22: Catching up with Ayar Labs
In this HPCwire video, CEO Charlie Wuischpard gives an overview of what Ayar Labs has been up to and where optical I/O is headed.
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Ayar Labs Demonstrates Industry’s First 4-Tbps Optical Solution, Paving Way for Next-Generation AI and Data Center Designs
Ayar Labs, a leader in the use of silicon photonics for chip-to-chip optical connectivity, today announced public demonstration of the industry’s first 4 terabit-per-second (Tbps) bidirectional Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) optical solution at the upcoming Optical Fiber Communication Conference (OFC) in San Diego on March 5-9, 2023.
Ayar Labs Partners with Department of Defense to Accelerate Transition to Optical I/O in Next-Gen Defense Applications
Project KANAGAWA granted to Ayar Labs with goal of transitioning optical Input/Output (I/O) into the Defense Industrial Base (DIB) while driving affordability and scalability for production…
Ayar Labs Expands Executive Team to Lead the Next Phase of Growth in Optical I/O Production and Broad Commercial Adoption
Ayar Labs, a leader in chip-to-chip optical connectivity, has expanded its executive team to further commercial development, with the addition of Lakshmikant (LK) Bhupathi, Vice President of Products, Strategy and Ecosystem, and Scott Clark, Vice President of Manufacturing and Operations…
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Ayar Labs Demonstrates Industry’s First 4-Tbps Optical Solution for Chip-to-Chip Connectivity
Here’s a peek at our 4-Tbps optical I/O solution demo as well as real customer assessment data comparing the commercial state-of-the art to Ayar Labs’ in-package optical I/O solution in terms of data throughput, power consumption, and footprint.
Webinar: Meeting the Bandwidth Demands of Next-Gen HPC & AI System Architectures
In artificial intelligence (AI), increasingly complex algorithms, larger datasets, and process-intensive workloads lend to an insatiable demand for compute, memory, and storage, as well as higher-bandwidth, lower-latency communication between these components.
Optical I/O: Designing the Future of Digital Beamforming and Antenna Arrays
Digital beamforming, which uses a large number of elements in antenna arrays, is the core technology driving advanced radar and communications systems for the aerospace industry. Phased array radar demands increasingly higher fidelity, which requires more elements...
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