Gennum Plans Demo of New Optical IC Products

Gennum Corporation will be demonstrating its newest products for the optical networking market at the Optical Fiber Communication Conference & Exhibition (OFC).

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Mar 19, 2010
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Gennum Corporation plans to demo its newest optical networking products at the Optical Fiber Communication Conference & Exhibition (OFC) from March 23 - 25, 2010. During the event, Gennum also plans to launch a new product family for telecom and datacom customers, and will be demonstrating the working silicon of these new digital parts. More of the company's news release can be read on Fox Business.


"Gennum will be demonstrating the performance results of several recently announced products, including the GN7350, the world's first single-chip 10G EPON transceiver, live at the show. The GN7350 offers next generation PON (passive optical network) system manufacturers a solution that reduces power and cost in next generation designs, while enhancing ONU (optical network unit) performance. Combining functionality from Gennum's industry-leading CDR (clock and data recovery) and laser driver technologies the GN7350 enables PON system manufactures to quickly build prototype systems for in-house and field testing.

"'We are very excited to announce Gennum's newest optical IC products. These products will enable network OEMs to improve their overall design while leveraging faster time-to-market, lower overall cost, and performance enhancements as a result of Gennum's truly innovative approach to integrated solutions,' said Dr. Franz Fink, President and Chief Executive Officer, Gennum Corporation."

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