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Market research firm Dell’Oro has opened targeted coverage of the data center interconnect (DCI) space with a report in which it predicts sales of DCI hardware will grow 85% over the next five years. Dell’Oro has defined the DCI market as comprising optical transport, data center core, and WAN niches.

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Lumentum has developed an optical switch to enable reconfigurable optical add-drop multiplexers (ROADMs) to cope with the traffic growth expected over the next decade. The company’s MxN wavelength-selective switch (WSS) will replace the existing multicast switch used in colourless, directionless and contentionless ROADMs. The Lumentum TrueFlex 8x24 twin switch will enable networking nodes of 400-terabit capacity.

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An article written by Eric Mounier, PhD, Fellow Analyst at Yole Développement (Yole) - With photonics and AI , GAFAMs are moving deeper into the value chain, to the detriment of their traditional supply chain.

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Over the last five years, the promising and highly dynamic consumer biometric sensor market has been totally reshaped, announces Yole Développement (Yole) in its latest technology & market report, Consumer Biometrics: Market and Technologies Trends.

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Lumentum Holdings and switch chip maker Innovium, say they have established interoperability between Lumentum’s 400G QSFP-DD FR4 optical transceivers and Innovium's 12.8-Tbps TERALYNX Switch ASIC. The Quad Small Form Factor Pluggable Double Density (QSFP-DD) Multi-Source Agreement (MSA) specifications describe an optical transceiver form factor for 200-Gbps and 400-Gbps applications, particularly 400 Gigabit Ethernet. Demonstrations of QSFP-DD optical modules have been highlights of both OFC and ECOC this year.

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Demand for 100G/400G switches are expected to take off in 2019, earlier than expected, along with increasing establishment of hyper-scale datacenter establishments, prompting Taiwan-based PCL Technologies, dedicated to supplying optical transceiver modules, to send sample switches with high transmission speed to datacenter clients for validation to pave the way for shipment in the coming year, according to industry sources.

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