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7 March 2019

II-VI showcasing new products at OFC

Engineered materials and optoelectronic component maker II-VI Inc of Saxonburg, PA, USA is presenting and exhibiting new products in booth #4312 at the Optical Networking and Communication Conference & Exhibition (OFC 2019) in San Diego, CA, USA (5-7 March).

New products showcased include:
Lasers for datacom transceivers:

  • VCSEL arrays for 400GbE: II-VI’s 8-element VCSEL arrays can be modulated at 56Gb/s using 4-level pulse amplitude modulation (PAM4) to achieve a combined 400Gb/s over short-reach multi-mode links.

Products for undersea networks:

  • 800mW high-reliability pump lasers: II-VI claims that its undersea pump lasers achieve the highest commercially available output power of 800mW, with record electrical-to-optical conversion efficiency, enabling much lower cost per bit of undersea transmission.
  • Wavelength-selective switch (WSS) modules: The reliability of II-VI’s liquid-crystal based WSS modules has been demonstrated with more than a decade of high-volume deployments in terrestrial networks. The liquid-crystal technology enables low-port-count WSS modules to be deployed at branching points in undersea networks.

Wavelength-management solutions for 5G optical access networks:

  • Twin 1x4/1x5 edge wavelength-selective switch (WSS) modules: II-VI says that its new edge WSS is cost optimized to meet the 100GHz fixed grid and low-port-count requirements for reconfigurable wireless back-haul networks.
  • O/E-band interleavers: II-VI says that its new interleavers leverage the vertical integration of crystal growth, precision surfacing, advanced coatings and micro assemblies to achieve a cost-effective and compact solution for front-haul and back-haul networks.
  • Wideband wavelength-division multiplexer (WDM) filters: II-VI’s wideband filters have a 3dB bandwidth of 75GHz that enables low-cost transceivers, with loose wavelength tolerances, to be deployed in cost-sensitive front-haul and back-haul networks.

Tags:  II-VI Inc

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