Article: Development of Silicon Photonic Micro-Transceiver Chip
An interview by EPiC, has been published at Novus Light.
NEDO's Green Innovation Fund Project: Next-Generation Green Data Center Technology Development
AIO Core Co., Ltd., together with Fujitsu Limited (the managing company), NEC Corporation, Kioxia Corporation, Fujitsu Optical Components Co., Ltd., and Kyocera Corporation, are selected for the "Development of Next-Generation Green Data Center Technology" in the "Green Innovation Fund Project/Construction of Next-Generation Digital Infrastructure" sponsored by the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO).
ISO 9001: 2015 certification acquired
International standards for quality management systems (QMS)
AIO Core acquired ISO 9001: 2015 certification on February 10, 2022.
Paper: Silicon Photonic Micro-Transceivers for Beyond 5G Environments
by Kazuhiko Kurata, Luca Giorgi, Fabio Cavaliere, Liam O’Faolain, Sebastian A. Schulz, Kohei Nishiyama, Yasuhiko Hagihara, Kenichiro Yashiki, Takashi Muto, Shigeru Kobayashi, Makoto Kuwata and Richard Pitwon
Appl. Sci. 2021, 11(22), 10955
Joined OSA virtual workshop “OIDA Workshop on Developments in Co-Packaging Technologies for Data Centers”
NEDO Project for “Silicon-Photonics 32G Optical Transmitter/Receiver Development” successfully finished.
NEDO in collaboration with PETRA has implemented a switching function for switching data transfer destinations on server boards, and has completed the world's first rack-type server system in which all server boards are directly connected by optical wiring. It is also expected to promote the use of big data and AI, which require large amounts of power and computation time.
AIO Core was selected by NEDO, New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization, as the responsible company developing the next generation optical transceiver that works in high temperature more than 100 degree C as ambient temperature applicable to millimeter wave band 5G base station. The term of project is three years.
I-PEX has developed ultra-thin active optical cable plug module with silicon-photonics chip.
DAI-ICHI SEIKO has developed ultra thin active optical cable plug module with silicon-photonics chip: Succeeded in 100 Gbps (25 Gbps x 4ch) long distance transfer of 300 m | News Release | I-PEX Inc. (i-pex.com)
NEDO project "Silicon-Photonics 32G Optical Transmitter/Receiver Development"
AIO Core proposed 32 Gbps optical transceiver was accepted as a NEDO grant and started its activities.