Optical Transceivers & Silicon Photonics Forum 2022 – cancelledRegister now
DUE TO THE PREVENTIVE COVID-19 MEASURES MADE BY THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN SHENZHEN CHINA, WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU THAT YOLE GROUP & CIOE PHOTONICS FORUMS 2022 HAS BEEN CANCELED WITH THE DECISION MADE BY OUR PARTNER ORGANIZER CIOE.
Markets and technology trends for optical transceivers
Yole Group is proud to collaborate with the China International Optoelectronic Expo (CIOE) to organize the highly attractive Forum on Optical Transceivers and Silicon Photonics. It will take place, in Shenzhen, alongside the 24th CIOE.
This event will explore recent trends in optical module technology and applications for datacom and telecom. Network traffic is forecast to grow exponentially in coming years and optical communication is still highly dynamized by the cloud for telework and personal use, video-on-demand from applications such as YouTube, Netflix, iQIYI and Tencent Video, 5G expansion.
The constant increase in data transfer capacity and density is also driving new technologies developments. This workshop will show the market demand for optical transceivers and the growing importance of silicon photonics. Still debated today, new approaches such as co-packaged optics are expected to reach the market soon, when technical hurdles have been overcome.
This technology will see the transfer of some optical transceivers to optical engines co-packaged with switch ASICs. Trends in players strategies, future technologies, roadmaps, and market forecasts in optical transceivers industry will be presented at this event. Stick around and stay tuned!
Key reasons to be here!
- A half-day dedicated to Optical Transceivers and Silicon Photonics
- 6+ high level presentations
- Unique access to leading players and experts
- Networking time onsite and an online platform to discuss with your peers
Don’t miss this opportunity to exchange with key players !
Principal Analyst, Global Semiconductor
Sylvain Hallereau is Principal Analyst, Global Semiconductor at Yole Group.
Working in close collaboration with the laboratory teams, Sylvain develops reverse engineering & costing products while also contributing to custom projects, especially focused on solid-state lighting components, sensors, biotechnology devices, and ICs. Together, they define the objectives of the analysis and the most relevant methodology to gain a detailed understanding of the structure of the device. Sylvain then analyzes the results to describe the technology choices made by the leading semiconductor companies and the related process flows and also calculates the cost structure.
In parallel, based on his significant technical and industrial knowledge, Sylvain supports the development of the semiconductor device activities and the related teams at Yole Group.
Sylvain daily runs a strategic watch within the semiconductor community. Through his investigations, his aim is to identify innovative components and new manufacturing processes. In this way, Sylvain supports Yole Group's teams with the setting up of new methodologies for analysis and the updating of advanced simulation tools.
Sylvain regularly contributes to numerous media articles, using his technology and industry expertise to analyze and comment on the latest innovations.
He holds a master’s degree in microelectronics from the University of Nantes (France).
Eric Mounier, PhD
Chief Analyst, Photonics & Sensing
Eric Mounier, PhD is Chief Analyst, Photonics & Sensing at Yole Group.
With more than 30 years’ experience within the semiconductor industry, Eric provides daily in-depth insights into emerging semiconductor technologies such as quantum technologies, the Metaverse, terahertz, photonics, and sensing.
Based on relevant methodological expertise and a significant technological background, Eric works closely with all of Yole Group’s teams to highlight disruptive technologies and analyze business opportunities through technology & market reports and custom consulting projects.
Eric has spoken at numerous international conferences, presenting Yole Group’s vision of emerging semiconductor technologies, markets, and applications.
Previously, Eric held R&D and Marketing positions at CEA-Leti (France).
Eric Mounier has a PhD in Semiconductor Engineering and a degree in Optoelectronics from the National Polytechnic Institute of Grenoble (France).