Developing Standards for Silicon Photonics – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 328

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein:Victor Krutul (the Director of Silicon Photonics at Intel) and Stan Swirhun (the Director of Module Engineering for Silicon Photonics at Intel), chat about bringing Intel manufacturing to the process of making optical devices: The first silicon photonics products will hit the market in late 2014. They also discuss the formation and need for the CLR4 Alliance, a specification for defining SiPh link speed and distance in the data center.

For more information, visit:
clr4-alliance.org

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