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OFC 2022: Trumpf introduces datacom portfolio with longer wavelength VCSELs

01 Mar 2022

Plus other significant product, system and installation news from next week’s optical communications expo in San Diego.

Trumpf Photonic Components, a developer of VCSEL and photodiode solutions for data communication, will next week present its 850 nm product portfolio and a future roadmap for longer wavelengths at the Optical Fiber Conference (OFC) in San Diego, USA (March 8th – 10th, Booth 2423).

Trumpf, which has a significant track record in VCSEL development, will showcase longer wavelength solutions, in expansion of its existing portfolio of 850 nm VCSELs. The company is introducing VCSELs with wavelengths above 940 nm. This is addressing the market requirements for broader temperature ranges, higher product robustness and service life.

The company has just completed its first investment tranche in the production site in Ulm, Germany, to a multi-million euro level, to upgrade its manufacturing platform and to support further business growth. It is building on more than 20 years of experience in the market with the strategy of not only designing standard modules, but also customized solutions for high-speed and high performance VCSELs and photodiodes.

Trumpf supplies VCSEL and photodiode solutions for consumer electronics, datacom, automotive, industrial sensing and heating markets. So far, more than two billion VCSEL chips and photodiodes have been shipped worldwide. The long-established technology was acquired by Trumpf in 2019.

Other OFC 2022 announcements

Ocean Insight IncUniverse Kogaku America Inc.LightTrans International GmbHAlluxaart Photonics GmbHAVANTES BVSchaefter und Kirchhoff GmbH
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