Innovations in Silicon Photonics

Datacenters and Telecommunication Applications Drive Opportunities for Advanced Photonic Systems

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The silicon photonics (SiP) is an emerging industry with a high level of collaboration between key stakeholders. SiP technology integrates complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS), three-dimensional (3D) integration, and fiber optic communication technologies. The objective of the SiP technology is to leverage CMOS manufacturing capabilities to fabricate and manufacture photonic devices. The key to enable this is by using silicon as the medium. The innovations in SiP technology have evolved to address the needs of the data transmission market. High bandwidth requirement and high data rate for transmission are two key technical requirements that has driven the advancements in silicon photonics.Key factors

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Methodology1.2.1 Research Methodology Explained1.3 Key Findings – Significance, R&D Focus Areas, and Applications 1.4 Key Findings – Global Challenges and Scenario, Industry Initiatives2.0 Silicon Photonics – Current Status Review2.1 What is Silicon Photonics?2.2 Detectors, Modulators, Lasers and Silicon Optical Amplifiers as Basic Components of Silicon Photonics2.3 Waveguides, Couplers, Switches and Dispersion Compensators as Basic Components of Silicon Photonics3.0 Technology Landscape3.1 Product Development, Material Advancement, and Integration Technique as Key Innovation Focus Areas3.2 Global Innovation Ecosystem3.3 Data Center Technology Driving Silicon Photonics; Design Challenges is a Key Restraint3.4 Technical Capability Expected to Be Key Driver and Fabrication Complexity to Be Key Restraint in the Long Term3.5 Convergence of Optical and Electronic Capabilities Accelerating Market Adoption3.6 High Capital and Design Challenges Restraining Penetration of Silicon Photonics Technology3.7 Current Market and Technological Needs Defining Innovation Trend3.8 Urbanization and Connectivity Key Megatrends with High Impact4.0 Innovation Indicators – Patent and Funding Trends, R&D Focus Areas4.1 NA and APAC Emerging as Regions with High Research Activity in Silicon Photonics4.2 Product Development as Key Research Focus Area4.3 Mass Manufacturing and Low Cost Focus of Funding Initiatives5.0 Key Innovators and Innovation Profiles5.1 High Speed Photodetectors - Finisar Corporation 5.2 Ethernet Switch - Rockley Photonics5.3 Single Chip Transceivers– Luxtera Inc5.4 Transceiver Models – Reflex Photonics5.5 Optical Transceiver Chips – Sicoya5.6 Fiber Transposer – Teem Photonics6.0 Industry Intelligence6.1 Porter’s Analysis of Silicon Photonics Industry – Bargaining Power of Buyers, Threat of Substitute, and Bargaining Power of Suppliers Shaping Up the Industry6.2 Industry Trend Analysis – Key Takeaways6.3 Technology Development and Mass Manufacturing at Low Cost as Key Industry Focus6.4 Business Models Actively Seeking to Commercialize Silicon Photonics6.4.1 Fabless Business Model is Expected to Be Profitable7.0 Application Landscape7.1 Needs of Data Center and Telecommunication Market Driving Application Landscape7.2 Silicon photonics Will have a Major Impact in Consumer Electronics, Military and Aerospace Sectors in the Near Term8.0 Impact Assessment of Key Innovations8.1 Multivariable Innovation Impact Assessment Framework8.1.1 Multivariable Innovation Impact Assessment – Technological Advancements Highly Significant8.1.2 Nature of Innovation is a Key Component in Assessing Technological Impact of Innovation8.1.3 Social Acceptance of Innovation is a Key in Market Adoption of Silicon Photonic Technology8.1.4 Market Potential and Value Add of the Technology are Major Contributors in Assessing Economical Impact8.1.5 Legislative Policies are Assessed to Contribute Significantly toward Political Impact of Technology8.2 Optoelectronic Product Development and Photonic-Electronics Integration Technology Computed to Have High Impact8.2.1 Product Development has High Impact in All Categories8.2.2 Competency of Innovation Ecosystem is High for Advancements in Packaging Technology8.2.3 Value Addition for Technology Advancement in PIC Designing and Testing9.0 Technology Roadmap, Forecast to 20259.1 Technology Development Focus Transitioning from Data Transmission to Data Computation10.0 Strategic Insights10.1 Innovation Ecosystem Assessment Silicon Photonics10.2 Growth Opportunities for Silicon Photonics10.3 Key Questions for Strategy Planning11.0 Key Patents11.1 Monolithically Integrated Components On Chip Will Enable Mass Production of Photonic Integrated Circuits11.2 Photonic Switching Architectures to be Widely Used for Optical Networking12.0 Key Industry Contacts12.1 Industry Contacts12.1 Industry Contacts (continued)Legal Disclaimer13.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story13.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story13.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career13.3 Global Perspective13.4 Industry Convergence13.5 360º Research Perspective13.6 Implementation Excellence13.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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