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Panel – Ultra Short Reach (XSR) Electrical I/O Interfaces at 112G: Why, Challenges & Solutions

Mike Li (Fellow, Intel)

Thomas Liljeberg (Sr. Director, Intel, Silicon Photonics)

Edward Frlan (Senior System Architect, Semtech, High-Speed I/O Link)

Brian Taylor (System Engineer, Facebook, Optical Network)

Robert Stone (Technical Director, Broadcom, Switch Architecture)

Valery Kugel (Distinguish Engineer, Juniper, Silicon and System)

Location: Ballroom C

Date: Thursday, January 31

Time: 3:45pm - 5:00pm

Track: 03. Integrating Photonics & Wireless in Electrical Design

Session Type: Panel Discussion (Free)

Vault Recording: TBD

Audience Level: All

The panel will discuss why, challenges, and solutions for ultra short reach (XSR) electrical I/O interfaces at 112G and beyond. The benefits, advantages will be covered, along with plausible solutions and associated challenges.

Takeaway

Audiences will learn and understand:

Why 112G XSR at 112G.
Benefits and advantages.
Ways to get there.
Opportunities and Challenges.

Intended Audience

Basic knowledge on high-speed I/O, electrical interfaces for optical I/O.