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Byron Trop

Vice President of Sales and Marketing

Kaiam Corp

HQ Phone:  (510) 226-8100

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Kaiam Corp

39677 Eureka Drive

Newark, California,94560

United States

Company Description

Headquartered in Newark, California, with large-scale manufacturing in Livingston, Scotland, Kaiam is a private company commercialising photonic integrated circuits. Founded in 2009 by leading technologists from the optical networking industry, the team has a ...more

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Oplink and Kaiam to Jointly Demonstrate 10×10 40km CFP Transceiver at OFC/NFOEC 2013 - KAIAM

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The packaging platform enables integration of complex high-performance functions at low cost and a small footprint, making it ideal for 100Gbps applications," commented Byron Trop, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Kaiam Corporation.


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"We have the ability to use coarse tools to manipulate the machine, and at the far end of that machine we have a lens that is positioned to sub-micron levels," explained Byron Trop, vice president of marketing and sales at Kaiam.
Kaiam sells 40Gbps QSFP TOSAs and ROSAs for 2km, 10km and 40km reaches. The company is now selling its 40km 10×10 MSA TOSA and ROSA, which were demonstrated at the recent OFC/NFOEC show. Trop says that the 40km 10×10 CFP MSA module is of great interest to Internet exchange operators that want low cost, point-to-point links. "Low cost, highly efficient optical interconnect is going to be important and it is not all at 40km reaches," says Trop. "Much of it is much shorter distances and we believe we have a technology that will enable that." Kaiam is looking to apply its technology to next-generation optical modules such as the CFP2, CFP4 and QSFP28.  "We will also do more custom optical modules where somebody is trying to solve a particular problem; maybe they want 16 or 20 lanes of traffic," says Trop. With the Gemfire acquisition, Kaiam now has its own PLC technology for multiplexing and de-multiplexing multiple 10Gbps lanes and, in future, 25Gbps. "Our belief is that PLC is the best way to go and allows you to expand into larger lane counts," said Trop.


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"We have the ability to use coarse tools to manipulate the machine, and at the far end of that machine we have a lens that is positioned to sub-micron levels," explained Byron Trop, vice president of marketing and sales at Kaiam.
Kaiam sells 40Gbps QSFP TOSAs and ROSAs for 2km, 10km and 40km reaches. The company is now selling its 40km 10x10 MSA TOSA and ROSA, which were demonstrated at the recent OFC/NFOEC show. Trop says that the 40km 10x10 CFP MSA module is of great interest to Internet exchange operators that want low cost, point-to-point links. "Low cost, highly efficient optical interconnect is going to be important and it is not all at 40km reaches," says Trop. "Much of it is much shorter distances and we believe we have a technology that will enable that." Kaiam is looking to apply its technology to next-generation optical modules such as the CFP2, CFP4 and QSFP28. "We will also do more custom optical modules where somebody is trying to solve a particular problem; maybe they want 16 or 20 lanes of traffic," says Trop. With the Gemfire acquisition, Kaiam now has its own PLC technology for multiplexing and de-multiplexing multiple 10Gbps lanes and, in future, 25Gbps. "Our belief is that PLC is the best way to go and allows you to expand into larger lane counts," said Trop.


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Byron Trop, Kaiam
"With single-mode optics, it is very, very difficult to couple light between components," says Byron Trop, vice president of marketing and sales at Kaiam. "Most of the cost in our industry is associated with aligning components, testing them and making sure everything works." The company has developed a micro-machine-operated lens that is used to couple optical components. The position of the lens is adjustable such that standard 'pick-and-place' manufacturing equipment with a placement accuracy of 20 microns can be used. "If you set everything [optical components] up in a transceiver with a 20-micron accuracy, nothing would work," says Trop. Components are added to a silicon breadboard and the micro-machine enables the lens to be moved in three dimensions to achieve sub-micron alignment. "We have the ability to use coarse tools to manipulate the machine, and at the far end of that machine we have a lens that is positioned to sub-micron levels," says Trop. Photo-diodes on a PLC provide the feedback during the active alignment. Another advantage of the technique is that any movement when soldering the micro-machine in position has little impact on the lens alignment. "Any movement that happens following soldering is dampened over the distance to the lens," says Trop. "Hybrid integration, this micro-alignment of optical components, is no longer a big deal," says Trop. "Our message is not more lanes is better," says Trop. "Rather, what is the application and don't consider yourself limited because the alignment of sub-components is a challenge." With the Gemfire acquisition, Kaiam has its own PLC technology for multiplexing and de-multiplexing multiple 10Gbps and, in future, 25Gbps lanes. "Our belief is that PLC is the best way to go and allows you to expand into larger lane counts," says Trop. Trop says that the 40km 10x10 CFP MSA module is of great interest to Internet exchange operators that want low cost, point-to-point links. "Low cost, highly efficient optical interconnect is going to be important and it is not all at 40km reaches," says Trop. "Much of it is much shorter distances and we believe we have a technology that will enable that." The company is looking to apply its technology to next-generation optical modules such as the CFP2, CFP4 and QSFP28. "We will also do more custom optical modules where somebody is trying to solve a particular problem; maybe they want 16 or 20 lanes of traffic," says Trop. Byron Trop,


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