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2007-05-16 Optical transceiver moves data at speed of light
IBM scientists have announced a prototype optical-transceiver chipset that transfers data at a rate eight times faster than currently available components
2009-02-16 Intel ventures into optical interconnects
Intel Corp. is looking into optical interconnects with an eye toward replacing chip-to-chip electrical interconnects to overcome looming bandwidth issues as microprocessors with an increasing number of cores usher in the era of tera-scale computing
2011-01-28 High-bandwidth optical I/O affiliation program launched
Imec has launched a new industrial affiliation program on high-bandwidth optical I/O. The primary objective of the new program is to explore the use of optical solutions for realizing high-bandwidth I/O between CMOS chips.
2003-05-14 Darpa takes on optical interconnects challenges
Darpa is overseeing development of optical interconnects that will be able to achieve 1,000 times the speed per power and volume of electronic interconnects
2006-11-23 Zarlink unrolls AMC optical extender for Serial RapidIO
Zarlink has introduced an optical extender card for Serial RapidIO that delivers up to 25Gbps of ATCA and microTCA system interconnect in a hot pluggable, standard AMC form factor
2003-11-07 U.S. project targets optical links for future supercomputers
Seeking to boost strategicially important supercomputing, the Energy Department has awarded a $20 million contract to an IBM-Corning research team to develop optically-switched interconnects for supercomputers.
2005-09-05 Two new optical mouse reference designs from Agilent
Agilent Technologies announced what it touts as the industry's first optical mouse reference design kits based on its patented LaserStream technology
2002-02-13 Stratos rolls out Infiniband-compliant optical transceivers
The company's SFF 2x5 and SFP InfiniBand optical transceivers operate at 2.5Gbps and are intended to provide better I/O performance in heavy-traffic environments such as servers, remote storage devices, and within multiprocessor systems.
2009-05-27 SPI multi I/O flash achieves up to 40MBps
NOR flash provider Spansion Inc. has released a new family of SPI devices based on 90nm NOR technology.
2008-04-09 Serial quad I/O flash memory line rolls
Silicon Storage Technology Inc. has rolled out its 26 Series Serial Quad I/O (SQI) family of 4bit multiplexed I/O serial interface flash memory devices
2007-08-30 Serial flash memory with dual I/O clocks at 75MHz
STMicroelectronics' M25PX32 32Mbit serial flash memory with dual I/O supports 75MHz frequency through the entire 2.7-3.6V supply voltage range
2005-05-30 PC/104 extenders link I/O across noise-free optical waveguides
Hardent's Optical PC/104 ISA-bus eXtender is a small plug-in board that lets you extend the range of any PC/104-based data-acq/control system
2007-10-01 Optical transport system fits enterprise nets
Cisco Systems Inc. cofounder Len Bosack has unveiled the optical-transport fruits of his company, the device dubbed the DXM the transport system
2012-02-27 Optical links hold key to PCB-processor gap
The pace of growth of processor performance is not in sync with the optical backbone of the Internet, and this is where experts agree efforts should be focused on
2005-10-28 Optical Internetworking Forum launches 25-Gbit effort
The Optical Internetworking Forum's physical link-layer working group will work on a new 25-Gbit Common Electrical I/O standard to augment existing 6- and 11-Gbit physical standards for optical networks.
2005-06-16 Optical forum completes electrical interface work
Electrical interfaces for 6Gbps and 11Gbps backplanes have been firmed up by the Optical Internetworking Forum, completing work started by the High-Speed Backplane Initiative
2010-01-14 Optical finger nav enables high-speed motion detection
The OFN uses low-power architecture and power management modes, making it suitable for battery- and power-sensitive apps.
2004-12-20 NI rolls out five new digital I/O boards
National released five new digital I/O boards that offer superior ease of use and deterministic performance at a low cost
2009-05-25 Multi-I/O SPI flash enables faster data transmission
Spansion Inc. has rolled out a new family of SPI flash memory devices based on 90nm NOR technology.
2013-02-14 Is the demise of high-speed I/O near
High-speed serial interfaces featuring equalisation may be the norm in the future, and high levels of SoC integration may no longer be the best solution.
2010-11-10 FPGA meets 10G optical jitter performance
Xilinx Inc. rolls out FPGAs that support 40Gbps and 100Gbps line cards with flexible port configurations.
2003-03-19 FDK ships smallest magneto optical switch
The YS-1210 magneto optical switch from FDK Corp. operates over the 1535nm to 1565nm range and measures 43-by-10-by-6.8mm
2003-03-28 Emcore ships smaller parallel optical modules
Emcore's MTX9512 and MRX9512 (optical transmitter and optical receiver) modules offer 40 percent smaller footprint than previous devices
2011-03-01 Apple picks Thunderbolt I/O for new MacBook
Apple has opted to use Intel's Thunderbolt interface in its new MacBook Pro notebooks, claiming it is a revolutionary I/O technology that can support every important I/O standard
2012-10-05 Altera moves from Cu to optical backplanes
Improving the I/O bandwidth to support 28Gb/s backplane links and a new DSP architecture that focuses on the bandwidth are key elements of the 20nm products that Altera will launch next year
2004-06-10 Agilent, Freescale team on USB wireless optical mouse
Agilent introduced what it claims as the industry's first USB wireless optical mouse reference design for PC pointing devices
2015-03-02 imec announces WDM hybrid CMOS silicon photonics transceiver
The SiPh chip, fabricated on imec's 25Gb/s Silicon Photonics Platform, includes an array of four compact 25Gb/s ring modulators, coupled to a common bus waveguide to allow WDM transmission.
2002-02-13 Yahequan transceiver meets SONET/SDH standard
Conforming to SONET/SDH standard, the AM1310-155 SC duplex single-mode transceiver is designed for bidirectional serial optical data communications
2002-04-16 Velocium RZ converter runs up to 12.7Gbps
Specifically targeted for OC-192/STM-64 ultra-long haul, long-haul and metro-fiber systems, Velocium's UCJ106 non-return-to-zero to return-to-zero converter runs up to 12.7Gbps while consuming <1W.
2011-07-13 Thunderbolt lacks efficacy to oust USB
Thunderbolt provides attractive prospects but there are serious technical and economic disadvantages that should be checked.
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