2019 Product News
Centera Photonics Inc., a silicon photonics optical solution provider for high-performance interconnects, has selected MaxLinear’s Telluride PAM4 DSPs (MxL93542 and MxL93512) and PAM4 transimpedance amplifier (MxL9154) for its next generation 400G-DR4 and 100G-DR1 optical modules.
Delta Electronics, Inc., a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, has selected MaxLinear’s second-generation Telluride PAM4 DSPs to develop sub-3.5 watt 100G single lambda DR, FR, and LR optical modules.
MaxLinear announces the extension of its Telluride 100G per wavelength PAM4 DSP family with the availability of the MxL93515 and MxL93516, optimized for 100G applications.
ZTE Corporation, has selected MaxLinear’s G.hn Wave-2 chipset to develop a new family of fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) fiber extenders designed to help service providers reduce the cost of deploying symmetric gigabit services to residential and business users by leveraging existing copper wires, including twisted pair and coaxial cables.
Raspberry Pi has selected the MaxLinear's MxL7704 Five-Output Universal Power Management IC to power their new single-board computer, the Raspberry Pi 4
The MxL3710 enables CIG’s new ONTs to deliver multi-gigabit home networking speed by using MoCA 2.5 as the WAN backbone
MaxLinear will demonstrate the excellent thermal performance of its new dual 13A power module at APEC from March 18-20, 2019.
MaxLinear will privately showcase optical interop using 400Gbps QSFP-DD modules from early access customers at OFC Conference & Exhibition in San Diego from March 5-7, 2019
Molex has built and demonstrated new transceiver modules for data center interconnects using MaxLinear PAM4 DSPs
MaxLinear PAM4 DSPs selected by Colorchip for their next generation 400G-DR4 and 100G-DR1 optical modules which will be on display at OFC in San Diego from March 5-7