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20 September 2018

II-VI presenting at ECOC Market Focus on optics in cloud computing and at Special Workshop on 3D sensing

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Engineered materials and optoelectronic component maker II-VI Inc of Saxonburg, PA, USA says that, at the European Conference on Optical Communication (ECOC 2018) in Rome, Italy (23-27 September), Dr Sanjai Parthasarathi, VP strategic marketing, II-VI Photonics, is giving two invited talks on new market trends:

  • ‘Lasers and Optics for Emerging Applications in Sensing’, at the Special Workshop on High-Volume Applications of 3D Sensing in Consumer and Automotive Markets (23 September, 1:30pm CET);
  • ‘Advances in Disaggregated Line Systems for Emerging Data Center Interconnects – Opportunities and Challenges’, at Market Focus, in the session on Optics in Cloud Computing (24 September, 12:10pm CET).

Exhibiting in booth #323 at ECOC, II-VI is showcasing the most recent additions to its portfolio of solutions for optical networks. These include:

  • the twin flexband 1xN WSS (wavelength-selective switch) powered by the Gen-2 LightFlow switch engine with 12.5GHz bandwidth granularity for next-generation coherent long-haul and metro networks;
  • the dual-port pluggable optical time domain reflectometer (OTDR) for embedded network monitoring applications in carrier and data-center networks; and
  • the 3-pin micro-pump and 8-pin mini-DIL pump lasers now available at 400mW and 500mW, respectively, to enable next-generation coherent transceivers.

II-VI’s product showcase includes a broad and vertically integrated portfolio of products for reconfigurable optical add-drop multiplexer (ROADM) line-cards and highly compact optical amplifier solutions tailored to enable high-bit-rate DWDM transceivers.

Tags: Optical communications

Visit: www.ecocexhibition.com

Visit: www.ii-vi-photonics.com

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