Panel – OIF Update on 224 Gbps Common Electrical Interfaces (CEI) Development

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Originally Aired - Wednesday, January 31 4:00 PM - 5:15 PM PST

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Location: Ballroom F


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Title: Panel – OIF Update on 224 Gbps Common Electrical Interfaces (CEI) Development

Type: Panel Discussion

Description:

Power efficient high speed electrical interfaces will be required to enable next generation equipment and applications such as 800G and 1.6T OTNs based on 144 to 232 Gbps per-lane rates. A panel of OIF experts will present an update on the Common Electrical IO (CEI) developments that are work in-progress at OIF for these next generation architectures and applications. These experts will include lessons learned from 112 Gbps as well as some of the new challenges the industry will face at 224 Gbps. OIF is driving to enable power optimization for a range of applications by developing CEI specifications that are each unique to reach applications such as extremely short reaches for chip-to-chip & chip-to-optical engine (XSR), very short reaches such as chip-to-module (VSR), chip-to-chip for mezzanine & co-planar (MR), and long reaches for backplane and copper cable (LR). In addition, it is anticipated that there will be an industry demand for electrical interfaces optimized for latency to enable artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) fabrics, networking, and computing. The optimizations to enable these conflicting requirements will be challenging for OIF member companies but will keep the industry moving forward with a new generation of interoperable electrical I/O interface specifications.

Pass Type: All-Access Pass, 2-Day Conference Pass, Conference and Expo Pass - No Lunch, Expo Pass


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Conference Passes

  • 2-Day Conference Pass
  • All-Access Conference Pass
  • Conference and Expo Access
  • Education and Author Passes
  • Expo Pass

Discipline

  • Data Centers
  • High-Speed Communications

Education Level

  • All

Primary Track

  • 07. Optimizing High-Speed Link Design

Secondary Track

  • 06. System Co-Design: Modeling, Simulation & Measurement Validation

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