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Optical Transceivers & Silicon Photonics Forum 2021

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September 2 2021, 9AM – 1PM CEST – Shenzhen, China
The trends driving optical transceiver technology


Yole Développement is proud to collaborate with the China International Optoelectronic Expo (CIOE) to organize the highly attractive Forum on Optical Transceivers and Silicon Photonics. It will take place on September 2, 2021 in Shenzhen, alongside the 23rd CIOE.

This event will explore recent trends in optical module technology and applications for datacom and telecom.

Network traffic is forecast to grow exponentially in coming years. This trend affects all segments of network infrastructure in datacenters as well as in long-haul applications.

The growth has been driven by newly emerging digital applications. These include the Internet of Things (IoT), including Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR/VR), connected homes and cars and services such as streaming Ultra High Definition videos that need higher data throughput.
The evolution of these technologies has enabled transmission speed of 400G and beyond in long haul and metro networks. As 400G has ramped-up to mass deployment the question is: What will come beyond 400G?

The general goal for future form factors is to reduce their size and thus decrease power consumption and increase density. Trends in players’ strategies, future technologies, roadmaps and market forecasts in optical transceivers industry will be presented at this event.

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Key reasons to be here!


Preliminary program:

100G and 400G Optical Transceivers Benchmark: Structure & Cost Comparison of Silicon Photonics versus InP Dies Solution for CWDM4 and PSM4 Transceivers

by Sylvain Hallereau


Where? Online or in Shenzhen, China

When? September 2nd 2020, 9AM – 1PM

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Sylvain Hallereau
Senior Technology & Cost Analyst – System Plus Consulting

Sylvain Hallereau has been Project Manager at System Plus Consulting since 2000. He is in charge of costing analyses for Integrated Circuits, Power semiconductors and LEDs. He has significant experience in the modeling of manufacturing costs for electronics components, Sylvain holds a Master degree in Microelectronics from the University of Nantes, France.



Alexis Debray
MEMS, Sensoors & Photonics Technology & Market Analyst, – Yole Développement

Alexis Debray, PhD is a Technology & Market Analyst, Optoelectronics at Yole Développement (Yole). As a member of the Photonics, Sensing & Display division, Alexis is today engaged in the development of technology & market reports as well as the production of custom consulting projects dedicated to the imaging industry.
After spending 2 years at the University of Tokyo to develop an expertise focused on MEMS technologies, Alexis served as a research engineer at Canon Inc. During 15 years he contributed to numerous projects of development, focused on MEMS devices, lingual prehension, and terahertz imaging devices.
Alexis is the author of various scientific publications and patents. He graduated from ENSICAEN and holds a PhD in applied acoustics..


Martin Vallo
Technology & Market Analyst, Solid-state Lighting – Yole Développement

Martin Vallo, PhD is serves as a Technology & Market Analyst specialized in solid-state lighting technologies, within the Photonics, Sensing & Display division at Yole Développement (Yole). With 9 years’ experience within semiconductor technology, Martin is involved today in the development of technology & market reports as well as the production of custom consulting projects at Yole.
Prior his mission at Yole, he worked at CEA (Grenoble, France), with a mission focused on the epitaxial growth of InGaN/GaN core-shell nanowire LEDs by MOCVD and their characterization for highly flexible photonic devices. Martin graduated from Academy of Sciences, Institute of Electrical Engineering (Slovakia) with an engineering degree in III-nitride semiconductors.


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