+44 (0)24 7671 8970
More publications     •     Advertise with us     •     Contact us
 
Loading...
News Article

Coherent recognises Tower Semiconductor with Outstanding Innovation and Technology Supplier Award

News

Coherent uses Tower’s silicon photonics products in its optical transceivers, and says the company has “demonstrated an innovative, customer-centric approach”

Tower Semiconductor has announced that Coherent has recognised it as an Outstanding Innovation and Technology Supplier for its silicon photonics based optical transceiver products. The company says that this prestigious award acknowledges its unwavering long-term commitment to providing the most advanced technology solutions, enabling the development of Coherent’s market-leading multiple data rate nodes for high-speed optical transceivers based on Tower’s PH18 silicon photonics process technology. According to the Yole Group, the silicon photonics market is expected to grow at 44 percent CAGR from 2022 to 2028, supporting growth of AI, datacentre, and network infrastructure.

“We are pleased to work with Tower to integrate silicon photonics into our optical transceivers for AI, datacom, and telecom markets,” said Yajun Wang, senior vice president of Networking Technology at Coherent. “Over the years, Tower has demonstrated an innovative, customer-centric approach, which prompted us to select them for our ‘Outstanding Innovation and Technology Supplier’ Award. Combined with our world-class vertical cavity surface emitting laser (VCSEL) and InP-based lasers such as EMLs, silicon photonics-based components will enable us to provide a full range of communications solutions to our customers.”

Tower says its high-volume silicon photonics technology offers area-optimised solutions with integrated optical detectors, waveguides, and modulators on a single die, enabling a wide range of applications replacing the assembly of discrete components in optical modules.

“We are greatly honoured to receive this recognition from Coherent, an industry leader and strong partner,” said Marco Racanelli, Tower Semiconductor president. “Together, we look forward to enabling best-in-class optical transceiver products today and for several generations to come.”

Coherent recognises Tower Semiconductor with Outstanding Innovation and Technology Supplier Award
photonixFAB Consortium now open for first prototyping
Roadmap to drive PIC industry forward unveiled
European quantum experts team up on photonic quantum computing
OpenLight Partners with VLC Photonics to Expand Design and Test Capacity
Quintessent announces $11.5 million in Seed funding
EU leaders showcase quantum technology ambitions after signing landmark pact
Imec demonstrates compact 32-channel silicon-based wavelength filter
Broadcom delivers 51.2T co-packaged optics Ethernet switch
Vanguard Automation signs Agreement to join the Swedish High-Tech Group Mycronic
TRUMPF and Optomind showcases 100Gbps VCSEL performance in 800Gbps transceiver at OFC
Infinera announces new line of 1.6T optics for intra-datacentre connectivity
Infinera to Showcase Advances in Optical Networking Solutions at OFC 2024
New etching technique for combining electronics and photonics
EFFECT Photonics Secures $38 Million Series D Funding
Broadcom to demonstrate expanded portfolio at OFC 2024
Celestial AI to exhibit “Photonic Fabric” optical interconnect platform at OFC
Keysight to showcase technologies to accelerate AI at OFC 2024
NTT launches NTT Innovative Devices to advance photonic-electronic convergence hardware
Nubis Communications product receives highest score from Lightwave Innovation Reviews
UK joins EU’s Chips Joint Undertaking programme
Sarcura secures €1.7 million grant from Austrian Research Promotion Agency
The best of both worlds: Design freedom and IP protection
Extremely high-power transmitters for access networks
Tuneable lasers: The elusive trifecta
Three ways photonics can catalyse hardware evolution for datacoms
Lumentum expands Caswell fab, reflecting company-wide plans for growth
Supporting AI with new optical modulators
Moving towards polarisation-independent monolithic PICs
Getting the full PICture: Testing microring resonators with sub-picometre spectral resolution
Lessengers announces portfolio of 800G optics for AI/ML
PhotonDelta and Optics Netherlands launch new “MasterPlus” programme

×
Search the news archive

To close this popup you can press escape or click the close icon.
Logo
×
  • 1st January 1970
  • 1st January 1970
  • 1st January 1970
  • 1st January 1970
  • 1st January 1970
  • 1st January 1970
  • 1st January 1970
  • 1st January 1970
  • View all news 22645 more articles
Logo
×
Register - Step 1

You may choose to subscribe to the PIC Magazine, the PIC Newsletter, or both. You may also request additional information if required, before submitting your application.


Please subscribe me to:

 

You chose the industry type of "Other"

Please enter the industry that you work in:
Please enter the industry that you work in: