Enabling High-performance Coherent Networking
High Performance and Volume Manufacturability with the Design Simplicity of Infinera's TROSA
Leveraging a monolithic indium phosphide (InP) photonic integrated circuit (PIC), Infinera’s monolithically integrated transmit-receive optical sub-assembly (TROSA) sets a new industry record in the high-density integration of discrete functions into a single submodule, including PIC, radio frequency (RF) application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC), and thermoelectric cooling (TEC). It provides leading optical performance with 0 dBm, low out-of-band noise for successful deployment over colorless ROADM architectures, high transmit (Tx) optical signal-to-noise ratio (OSNR), and high receive (Rx) sensitivity. Infinera’s TROSA is designed around software configurability, simplicity, and high-volume manufacturability for deployment in both coherent pluggables and embedded optical engines, as well as in high-volume units fueled by network edge/access growth.
New industry record in the high-density integration of discrete functions into a single submodule, including PIC, RF ASIC, and TEC.
With 0 dBm, low out-of-band noise for successful deployment over colorless ROADM architectures, high Tx OSNR, and high Rx sensitivity.
Low power consumption, compact footprint, and high reliability.
For deployment in both coherent pluggables and embedded optical engines.
Overview of XR Optics
XR optics introduces a paradigm-shifting ability to enable more cost-efficient point-to-multipoint optical networks, which can dramatically lower the cost and complexity of access, metro, and even core networks.