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Company Overview of ClariPhy Communications, Inc.
ClariPhy Communications, Inc. is a semiconductor company that develops mixed signal advanced digital signal processing system-on-chips targeting multi-mode and multi-rate high performance optical network applications. The company’s products include coherent single chip quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) transceivers, coherent single chip QAM/QPSK system-on-chips, coherent evaluation boards, and coherent single chip dual polarization quadrature phase shift keying transceivers. Its products are used for data centers, transport infrastructure, Internet backbone, cloud-based networks, enterprise networks, and submarine and telecom applications, as well as for metro, long haul, and ultra-long ...
7585 Irvine Center Drive
Irvine, CA 92618
Founded in 2002
Key Executives for ClariPhy Communications, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Co-founder, Chief Technology Officer and Director
Vice President of Operations
Chief Systems Architect and Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
ClariPhy Communications, Inc. Key Developments
ClariPhy Communications, Inc. Presents at 17th Annual Needham Growth Conference, Jan-13-2015 11:00 AM
Dec 3 14
ClariPhy Communications, Inc. Presents at 17th Annual Needham Growth Conference, Jan-13-2015 11:00 AM. Venue: New York Palace Hotel, 455 Madison Avenue, New York, New York, United States.
Clariphy Communications, Inc. Announces Lightspeed-II CL10010-Z SoC for Coherent CFP Applications
Mar 10 14
ClariPhy Communications, Inc. announced its LightSpeed-II CL10010-Z SoC for coherent CFP applications. The CL10010-Z is a member of ClariPhy's LightSpeed-II product family, whose multi-rate, multi-modulation architecture supports data rates from 200G to 40G per wavelength with programmable spectral efficiency, providing a powerful coherent transmission engine for the next generation of dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) software defined networks. The CL10010-Z supports data rates of 40G and 100G and is optimized for use in coherent CFP applications, enabling point to point unamplified links up to 80km as well as metro DWDM connections up to 1200km. An integrated 100G Ethernet to OTN mapper enables CL10010-Z based CFPs to plug directly into existing CFP ports on Ethernet switch or router line cards, eliminating the need for external transport gear. 100G coherent technology is being rapidly adopted by carriers for long haul DWDM networks because of its tremendous advantages in spectral efficiency and reach compared to the previous generation of 10G systems. However, the high cost, power consumption and size of today's 100G coherent solutions make them unsuitable for use in shorter reach metro networks and inter-datacenter links, where cheap, pluggable 10G DWDM solutions such as XFP and SFP+ dominate. As 10G metro networks become overwhelmed by a surge in bandwidth demand, carriers are seeking a 100G metro solution with the benefits of coherent but in a pluggable form factor at a cost and power per bit that is comparable with or better than 10G. Pluggability also allows reuse of line cards with 100G client CFP interfaces for DWDM transmission and enables operators to scale their metro transport networks to 100G and beyond with ‘pay as grow’ flexibility. The LightSpeed-II CL10010-Z sets a new standard for integration, performing all the data processing functions required for the coherent CFP in a single chip. The 28nm CMOS SoC contains a high speed analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converter, a coherent DSP supporting 40G QPSK, 100G QPSK and 100G 16QAM modulation, multiple low power forward error correction options and an integrated OTN framer/mapper that supports 100G Ethernet connectivity. The device's highly flexible and power efficient architecture enables a 100G coherent CFP module within the 32W power budget defined by the CFP MSA and delivers extended performance up to 1200km, all in the same hardware design. The device supports QPSK modulation with integrated GFEC and G.709 Annex C mapping, enabling interoperability with other CFP implementations.
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