Ranovus announced at OFC 2021 the next step in reducing power consumption and overall costs for hyperscale data center operations with the introduction of the Odin Analog-Drive CPO 2.0 architecture. Co-packaged Optics, or CPO, is an innovative approach that provides nx100Gbps PAM4 Optical I/O for Ethernet switch and ML/AI silicon in a single packaged assembly, which significantly reduces the cost and power consumption of the complete system. With data center traffic growing at an unprecedented … More
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