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Silicon photonics platform for advanced sensing applications

Silicon photonics platform for advanced sensing applications
Specialist in integrated optics for high-density digital systems, Rockley Photonics, has announced the completion of its fully integrated silicon photonics platform running in a large-scale foundry environment. Chipset shipments to Rockley customers have begun and products implementing them will ramp up the production curve.
22nd January 2019

Data centre routing ASIC with integrated optics

Rockley Photonics has announced that it is demonstrating its in-package-optics platform to select customers and development partners. Rockley has developed the world’s first single-chip L3 routing switch to directly integrate 100G network ports using single-mode fibre. Leveraging Rockley OpticsDirect technology, this platform is among the first of its kind to integrate high-speed optical interconnect with high-scale CMOS digital and mixed-signal circuits.
12th March 2018

Delivering next-gen silicon photonics optical modules

Delivering next-gen silicon photonics optical modules
Rockley Photonics Limited has announced a joint venture with Hengtong Optic-Electric Co., Ltd. to manufacture high performance optical transceiver modules based on its silicon photonics technology. The joint venture (JV) was established based on a $42m co-investment led by Hengtong Optic-Electric, a world leader in the fiber-optic communication industry, and will commercialise Rockley Photonics’ advanced photonics technology for networking applications.
9th February 2018

Silicon photonics consortium receives £4.8m R&D boost

Silicon photonics consortium receives £4.8m R&D boost
Integrated technology and systems innovator for next-gen networks, Rockley Photonics, will, over the next five years, match government funding from the EPSRC, and form a ‘Prosperity Partnership’ with the University of Southampton’s Optoelectronics Research Centre (ORC). The money, totalling around £4.8m, will be used to support research into how silicon photonics technology can be used to improve data centre communication networks and support a new integrated photonics platform for broader mass market applications.
19th July 2017

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