The First Silicon Photonics Products: The Intel Atom C2000 Launch – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 264

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Victor Krutul, Director of Silicon Photonics Operation at Intel, checks into the livecast to talk about announcements made at the Intel Atom processor C2000 launch – Intel’s collaboration with Corning on the new MXC connector and new fiber, as well as the first live demo of products. Silicon Photonics can reach speeds of 1.6 terabits per second at 300 meters, which will help enable rack and system disaggregation in the 21st century data center.

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