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Computing, chips, foundational tech: The 8 next big things, from smart-home connectivity to AI-assisted chip design
Thanks to innovations in computing and chips, our technology is smarter—and better connected—than ever before. We now have AI to help make processors faster, more capable, and more power-efficient; 3D printing to create metals at far greater speeds than existing tech; and connectivity protocols to create reliable and secure IoT ecosystems.
Ayar Labs adds executives, U.S. East Coast presence as focus moves to CPO production
Lockheed Martin looks to pooling and optical I/O
The Future Of Military Sensing And Communications Systems – Co-Packaged Optics Enable Converged RF Phased Arrays
Next-generation sensing systems enable evolving defense applications
Lockheed Martin taps Silicon Photonics Tech to Build Better Weapons of War
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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…
Lockheed Martin, Ayar Labs Partner to Advance Microchip Connectivity for Next Generation Sensory Systems
Lockheed Martin, (NYSE: LMT) and Ayar Labs, a leader in chip-to-chip optical connectivity, today announced a strategic collaboration to develop…
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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...
Expanding Bandwidth and Flexibility for Telecommunications Using Optical I/O
As 5G networking transforms the telecommunications industry and next-generation 6G is close at
hand, the need for increased bandwidth (BW) across wireless and wired infrastructure components
has become obvious.
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