By leveraging the high-performance, high-density, and industry leading power consumption of the Keystone 5nm IP, ColorChip believes it can offer customers a full line of 400G, 800G, and 1.6T solutions with best-in-class power consumption.
“MaxLinear’s innovative Keystone 5nm DSP has enabled us to build the industry’s lowest power 13W 800G-DR8 optical modules, which will be on display at OFC 2023, and their KGD bare die solutions have enabled us to implement the highest density 1.6T OSFP-XD AECs on the market,” said Xin Wu, EVP at ColorChip. “We are now leveraging these capabilities to enable a broad range of optical and electrical interconnect solutions for our customers with best-in-class power consumption and performance.”
“ColorChip has been a strong partner for MaxLinear, quickly building best-in-class solutions for our mutual customers,” said Drew Guckenberger, Vice President of High Speed Interconnect at MaxLinear. “Their broad range of manufacturing capabilities and technologies for both optical modules and electrical cable assembly make them an ideal partner for MaxLinear and our end customers, delivering a complete set of solutions for all interconnect needs.”
Visit MaxLinear at OCF 2023 from March 7-9 at booth 2207 to learn more about these innovative, best-in-class solutions.