SANTA CLARA, CA--(Marketwired - Sep 24, 2013) - Inphi Corporation (
End users continue to increase their demands for high-performance and bandwidth as they do more and more on their wired and wireless devices. This in turn puts pressure on network operators to build next-generation networks that deliver ever-increasing capacity. Today, 100G coherent systems have reached the practical limit of transmitting 100G per second per wavelength. Inphi's quad linear driver, the IN3214SZ, is designed to enable OEMs to implement more complex and flexible modulation formats that are capable of increasing the capacity of the long haul and metro networking infrastructure by up to a factor of four, depending on the reach. Such an efficient modulation format will allow the optical rate to remain the same but the amount of information to be transmitted to increase by a factor of four.
"Inphi's IN3214SZ is the industry's first integrated quad linear driver that enables such complex modulation formats to be implemented in commercial systems," said Loi Nguyen, vice president, Networking and Communications, at Inphi. "The demand for more bandwidth continues to rise and 400G is a significant milestone for the industry. Inphi is very proud to have helped make it happen."
Inphi Corporation is a leading provider of high-speed analog semiconductor solutions for the communications and computing markets, providing high signal integrity at leading-edge data speeds that are designed to address bandwidth bottlenecks in networks, minimize latency in computing environments and enable the rollout of next-generation communications infrastructure. Inphi's solutions provide a vital interface between analog signals and digital information in high-performance systems, such as telecommunications transport systems, enterprise networking equipment, enterprise and data center servers, storage platforms, test and measurement equipment and military systems. To learn more about Inphi, visit www.inphi.com.
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