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GigPeak to Showcase Leadership in 100G PSM4, CWDM4, and LR4 for Datacom Connectivity with Live Demo at OFC 2017

GigPeak, Inc. (NYSE MKT:GIG), a leading innovator of semiconductor ICs and software solutions for high-speed connectivity and high-quality video compression over the network and the cloud, today announced that it will be showcasing a live demo of its 100GbE PSM4, CWDM4, and LR4 chipset utilizing TOSA and ROSA assemblies reference designs at OFC 2017 – booth #3231. Designed to address 100G datacom requirements, this demo will feature GigPeak’s quad-channel 28Gbps DML driver packaged with a commercially available DML in a TOSA and GigPeak’s quad-channel 28Gbps TIA packaged with a commercially available PD in a ROSA using Shijia Photon’s TOSA/ROSA design and packaging capabilities. The 10km link will be using GigPeak 100G CDR, HXC42400. The reference design allows ease-of-evaluation and integration with the readily available designs. The HXT42400 and the HXR42400 samples are currently available on evaluation boards with a convenient digital user interface. Samples are also available in die form for customers wishing to evaluate GigPeak’s DML driver and TIA in their own platform. GigPeak will also be sampling 56Gbps PAM4 DML drivers and TIAs in both die form as well as TOSA and ROSA reference designs in 2H 2017.

GigPeak’s live datacom demo at OFC 2017 will showcase the following products:

  • GigPeak HXT42400: A 4-channel, low power, direct modulated laser (DML) driver array for 100G PSM4, CWDM4 and LR4 optical applications that supports channel data rates up to 28Gbps and optical reach up to 10km.
  • GigPeak HXR42400: A 4-channel 28 Gbps trans-impedance amplifier (TIA) with an integrated limiting amplifier receiver array designed for 100G PSM4, CWDM4 and LR4 optical applications that supports channel data rates up to 28Gbps and optical reach up to 10km.
  • GigPeak HXC42400: A 28Gbps 4-channel CDR/retime for 100G Ethernet SR4/LR4 optical transmitter pluggable modules and active optical cables (AOCs).

Information about the above products, as well as GigPeak’s HXT44400 quad-channel 56Gbps PAM4 DML driver, HXR44400 quad-channel 56Gbps PAM4 TIA, and HXC44400 quad-channel 56Gbps CDR/Retimer can be obtained by visiting booth #3231 at OFC 2017, March 21-23 in Los Angeles, California, or by contacting [email protected].

About GigPeak

GigPeak, Inc. (NYSE MKT:GIG) is a leading innovator of semiconductor ICs and software solutions for high-speed connectivity and high-quality video compression over the network and the cloud. The focus of the company is to develop and deliver products that enable lower power consumption and faster data connectivity, more efficient use of network infrastructure, broader connectivity to the cloud, and reduce the total cost of ownership of existing network pipes from the core to the end user. GigPeak addresses both the speed of data transmission and the amount of bandwidth the data consumes within the network, and provides solutions that increase the efficiency of the Internet of Things, leveraging its strength in high-speed connectivity and high-quality video compression. The extended product portfolio provides more flexibility to support changing market requirements from ICs and MMICs through full software programmability and cost-efficient custom ASICs.

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