ClariPhy Communications Inc. announced an enhanced 40G coherent systems-on-chips or SoC to boost performance of coherent optical transport for metro networks. The advantages of dual polarization QPSK or DP-QPSK coherent technology like simplicity of deployment, dramatically increased fiber reach and capacity, and lower total cost of ownership are well established in long haul and submarine networks and have been the key drivers for significant global deployment of ClariPhy's coherent solutions. Operators are now seeking to leverage these benefits in cost efficient and scalable metro and regional networks.
ClariPhy teamed up with Cortina, an optical transport network or OTN solution provider, to solve the XPM problem and enable 40G coherent deployments in metro and regional networks. The solution comprises ClariPhy's CL4010 LightSpeed Coherent SoC operating at an increased data rate of 47Gbps to support the advanced forward error correction capabilities available in Cortina System's CS604x and CS600x optical transport network processors. The combined solution improves optical signal-to-noise ratio sensitivity by up to 3dB.
ClariPhy's CL4010 LightSpeed Coherent SoC has been shipping since 2011 and is now available in MSA modules from partners such as Oclaro Inc. (OCLR: Quote), NEC and JDSU.
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