PIXAPP will participate at the EPIC Online Technology Meeting on Datacenter Interconnects (in cooperation with COBO and EA) on 4 November at 16:00 CET. The big data era drives interconnection schemes to have low cost, higher energy efficiency, and higher bandwidths, with optical links needing an upgrade to 400Gb/s in the next few years. In […]
Interested to see which technologies will lead the next generation of Free Space Optical devices in which packaging is key? Don’t miss the full discussion of the meeting HERE, where we presented the Open Call to support companies develop scalable packaging solutions for their new photonic-based products.
PIXAPP will be present at AngelTech Live II taking place on 2 November. PIXAPP will be presented together with the other Pilot Lines in Photonics. The European ecosystem in PICs will be identified including design houses, foundries, and packaging and testing capabilities. Moreover, we will present the progress made by this community and lead by […]
PIXAPP will be present at the EPIC Online Technology Meeting on Free Space Optical Communication and LiFi on 26 October from 15:00 to 17:00 CET. Free space optical communication technologies are key for several applications such as communications between spacecraft, satellite constellation, security applications, metro-network extensions and backhaul. All the stakeholder of the value chain […]
PIXAPP participated in the EPIC Online Technology Meeting on New Pluggable Transceivers on 8 September 2020. Manufacturing, cost reduction, and reduction of heat generated were hot topics discussed at the meeting. PIXAPP can help companies to develop standard processes for optical and thermal packaging, helping to ramp the volumes in the most cost-effective way. To […]
Peter O’Brien participated in the EPIC Online Technology Meeting on Co-packaged Optics on 8 June 2020. There were interesting discussions with the key players of the industry about grating vs. edge coupling, standards and automation processes such as passive vs active alignment for the ramp-up volumes. You can watch the full discussion HERE.