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Luxtera claims 10-Gbit modulator via CMOS process
Contributed by: SHA, at 3/29/2005 05:33:00 PM.

Luxtera Inc., a fabless semiconductor company, on Monday (March 28) claimed that it has devised a 10-gigabit-per-second optical modulation device, based on a standard CMOS fabrication process.
Luxtera's so-called CMOS Photonics technology is said to have enabled the development of the device. It is based on a CMOS process, as opposed to using an exotic material.
"This development of the world's first 10G optical modulator in CMOS is a huge milestone for the Luxtera team and for the industry in general," said Alex Dickinson, co-founder and CEO of Luxtera (Carlsbad, Calif.), in a statement. "Most importantly, this clearly signals that CMOS photonics products are just around the corner, not years in the future. We're already far along with our product development."
Luxtera will announce product details in 2005 and begin shipping in 2006.

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