|Thursday, 8 October 2009, 03:48 HKT/SGT|
HONG KONG, Oct 8, 2009 - (ACN Newswire) - SAE Magnetics, a wholly owned subsidiary of TDK Corporation, announced today that it has early versions of an optical module available that can be used with Intel's Light Peak technology. Each SAE optical product is capable of driving 2 Light Peak ports, each of which is operating at 10Gb/s. At this speed, a full-length Blu-Ray movie can be transmitted in less than 30 seconds. The low-cost, low-power consumption, and small-form-factor features allow simultaneous connection of electronic devices to each other over a single flexible cable at higher speed. Light Peak also has the ability to run multiple protocols simultaneously over a single cable, enabling the technology to connect devices such as peripherals, workstations, displays, disk drives, docking stations, and more.
|SAE Magnetics Announces Optical Modules for Use with Intel's Light Peak Technology|
"Intel is pleased to be working with SAE Magnetics to make Light Peak optical components ready to ship in 2010", said Jason Ziller, Director, Optical I/O Program Office, Intel Corp. "Light Peak has high bandwidth and the ability to run multiple I/O protocols over a single cable, enabling the technology to connect to many devices such as displays, disk drives, peripherals, and docking stations."
SAE Magnetics will be offering both the 10Gbps optical modules for Light Peak as well as a fiber-lens harness for connecting the modules to the Light Peak ports. Samples and production quantities of both optical modules and fiber-lens harness are available now through SAE.
SAE unveiled the modules on Sep 23 at the Intel Development Forum.
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