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“With the addition of these new modulators, Skyworks continues to capitalise on the network infrastructure side of the mobile Internet phenomenon,” said Liam K. Griffin, Skyworks’ executive vice president and general manager of high performance analogue. “Skyworks is pleased to offer our customers a multitude of high performance, cost effective solutions as they build out their networks to support the staggering increase in mobile data traffic.”


The SKY73077 (for 1500 to 2700 MHz), the SKY73078 (for 500 to 1500 MHz), and the SKY73092 (for 400 to 6000 MHz), quadrature modulators contain high linearity, excellent I/Q phase accuracy and amplitude balance - making the devices ideal for use in high performance communication systems. The modulators accept two differential baseband inputs and a single-ended local oscillator, and generate a single-ended RF output.


Skyworks’ new quadrature modulators are available now.


Infinera to present


innovations at Light Reading conference


The InP PIC developer will discuss the digital optical networks evolution during two presentations.


Infinera will discuss important aspects of the evolution of Digital Optical Networks in two talks at Light Reading’s Packet-Optical Transport Evolution Conference on Wednesday, May 18th, in New York.


Infinera Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer Drew Perkins will discuss the evolution of Infinera’s architecture to offer packet functionality as part of Infinera’s integrated DWDM and OTN switching capabilities.


To address ever-growing bandwidth demand, successful next-generation networks will integrate packet, OTN switching and optical transport capabilities to deliver new network economics resulting from increased efficiency, scalability, reliability, and intelligence. Mr. Perkins will speak at a panel entitled “OTN & the Future of Packet-


Optical Transport.”


Infinera’s Director of Solutions Marketing, Vinay Rathore, will present on the Digital ROADM in the panel on “Next Generation ROADM Architectures.” Many of the features analogue ROADMs are striving to add today, such as colourless, directionless, and contentionless operation, are already implemented in the Digital ROADM and Rathore will discuss the features and future capabilities of Digital ROADMs.


The Light Reading Packet Optical Transport Evolution conference takes place at the Marriott Marquis hotel in Times Square, New York. Infinera will have a display at table # 13 and Infinera experts will be on hand to provide detailed information on Infinera technology and the Infinera product portfolio.


$10M partnership to commercialise ‘green’ computer chips


The collaboration will integrate optics and electronics to develop innovative “green” technology to enable faster computer chips that use significantly less power and result in the creation of 20 high-tech jobs.


APIC Corporation, a Los Angeles-based pioneer of photonics technology integrated with electronics, and the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) of the University at Albany have formed a $10 million partnership.


The organisations intend to jointly develop and commercialise innovative “green” technology to enable faster computer chips that use significantly less power.


The collaboration, which integrates APIC’s expertise in photonics systems and devices with CNSE’s nanoelectronics resources, will result in creation of at least 20 high-tech jobs over the next 18 months, the majority at CNSE’s Albany NanoTech Complex.


The APIC-CNSE partnership targets development and delivery of a new generation of modules and systems that utilise photonic integrated circuits


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