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|AppliedMicro Unveils World’s Fastest CMOS Transmitter ICs for 100Gbps Metro, Regional and Long-Haul Networks|
With the industry’s highest performance at 31.8Gbps per channel, S28032 DQPSK Mux enables high-volume, power-efficient optical modules
Industry's highest performance at 31.8Gbps per channel, S28032 DQPSK Mux enables high-volume, power-efficient optical modules (Photo: Business Wire)
CMOS ICs provide a scalable high-volume, low-power solution for ramping
100G deployments. AppliedMicro’s S28032 provides a flexible interface to
connect either FPGAs or
Early access partners, who represent significant market share, are passing traffic error-free in the lab in preparation for field trials. Their bring-up has occurred in record time. Carriers and network operators will see next generation DWDM systems featuring the S28032 early in 2013.
“Our previously announced Gearbox product set the bar for performance in
100GBASE-LR4 applications, supporting ODB (optical duo-binary)
pre-coding for metro networks,” said
Evaluation boards and AppliedMicro’s S28032 are sampling now to select customers. Production quantities are expected in the second half of this year.
AppliedMicro is a global leader in energy conscious computing solutions
for telco, enterprise, data center, consumer and SMB applications. With
a heritage of innovation in high-speed connectivity and high-performance
computing, AppliedMicro delivers silicon solutions that dramatically
lower total cost of ownership for service provider and data center
infrastructures. AppliedMicro's corporate headquarters are located in
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