New optoelectronics devices from Avago Technologies provide up to 150 Gbps bandwidth on aggregate, with the company claiming that they eclipse the barriers that were previously in place.
The optical transmitters and receiver modules used in the MicroPOD portfolio promise to enable versatile design solutions for companies, thanks to their compliance with IEEE 802.3ba 100GBASE-SR10 specifications.
Also compliant with IBTA 12xQDR Infiniband infrastructure, the 12-channel optoelectronics modules offer bandwidth of 12.5 Gbps per channel, reaching the aggregate figure of 150 Gbps.
Avago Technologies calls its new product portfolio one of the most innovative, low-cost, high-bandwidth compact parallel optic solutions in the industry today.
With 40,000 end-users in leading equipment manufacturing organisations worldwide, Avago Technologies' portfolio includes optoelectronics, mixed-signal and analogue subsystems and components.
The company claims that its global innovation in design and product development helps to encourage faster market adoption and to deliver high volumes of cutting-edge technology through a worldwide distribution network.