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Silicon Photonics - Fueling the Next Information Revolution
In 2016, the groundbreaking book Silicon Photonics: Fueling the Next Information Revolution opened a discussion about how optical technologies would transform datacom and telecom markets.

In the four years since the book was published, many of its predictions have come to pass. Photonic integrated circuits (PICs) are now found throughout the optical transport systems that underpin the Internet and all global communications. And the field continues to evolve at a torrid pace.

In this 40-minute webcast, we hear from authors Roy Rubenstein and Daryl Inniss, moderated by James Carroll. What did they get right in their 2016 work? What did they miss and where is the field headed next? The discussion will cover a range of topics including market dynamics, the competitive landscape, materials science, 400ZR, 800G, co-packaged optics, industry collaboration, and new applications where silicon photonics is having an impact, such as LiDAR, medical imaging, sensors, etc.

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Aug 19, 2020 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Daryl Inniss
Director, New Business Development @OFS
Daryl Inniss is Director, New Business Development at OFS Fitel, LLC. He was formerly Components Practice Leader (i.e., Director) at market research firm Ovum and RHK and recently co-authored Silicon Photonics (Morgan Kaufmann, 2016). Daryl has been in the telecom industry for over 30 years. He was Technical Manager at JDSU and Lucent Technologies, Bell Laboratories. Daryl started his career as a Member of the Technical Staff, AT&T Bell Labs and holds a PhD in Chemistry from UCLA and an AB from Princeton University. OFS Labs combines the rich legacy of Bell Labs (winner of 7 Nobel Prizes, 12 Nobel Laureates) with the experience of Furukawa research to form a world-class center of excellence for optical innovations. As an optical research trendsetter, he impacts daily life by creating technological advancements for communications, medicine, aviation, defense, sensing and industrial automation.
Roy Rubenstein
Founder @Gazettabyte
Roy Rubenstein is the founder of Gazettabyte, an online magazine covering datacom and telecom, a contributing analyst for market research firm, LightCounting, and co-author of the book, Silicon Photonics: Fueling the Next Information Revolution. Dr. Rubenstein has over 25 years experience writing about the telecom and semiconductor industries and studied Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology.
James Carroll
Founder @Optical Networks Daily
James Carroll is the Editor and Founder of Optical Networks Daily, covering next-generation networks with a focus on optical, silicon and software. Mr. Carroll is also the Editor and Founder of Converge! Network Digest, originally known as ATM News Digest, published continuously on every U.S. business day since April 1994 covering the entire broadband networking industry. Mr. Carroll has a BA degree from the University of Notre Dame and an MA degree from San Jose State University.