Sivers Photonics exhibiting and talking at PIC International Conference
Sivers Semiconductors AB announces today the participation at PIC International conference. The subsidiary, Sivers Photonics, will exhibit and deliver a talk during the event taking place in Brussels, Belgium, from 9 –10 November.
Sivers Photonics will meet with key members of the integrated photonics community, at this highly valued chip-level conference, covering compound semiconductor, photonic integrated circuit and sensor technologies.
During the conference, Sivers Photonics CTO, Dr Andrew McKee, will deliver a talk entitled 'Indium Phosphide Light Sources for Silicon Photonics Integrated Circuits', The talk will look at how indium phosphide (InP) laser sources are enabling key technologies in Silicon Photonics (SiPh), in markets such as datacomms, sensing, AI and LIDAR. It will highlight our capability to support the Silicon Photonics eco-system with our InP100 platform, a common design and manufacturing framework enabling the integration of customised InP chips with SiPh chips, supporting high volume and low-cost applications. The session takes place on Tuesday 9th November at 5.15 pm (CET).
You can also meet with the Sivers team in the exhibition area, where we will be on hand to discuss our capabilities in the design and manufacture of a range of active III-V photonic devices that span InP, GaAs, GaSb and GaN substrates.
Read more on the conference website.
For more information please contact:
Anders Storm, CEO
Tel: +46 70 262 6390
Sivers Semiconductors AB is a leading and internationally recognized technology company that, through its two business areas Wireless and Photonics, supplies chips and integrated modules. Wireless develops RF chips and antennas for advanced 5G systems for data and telecommunications networks. Photonics develops and manufactures semiconductor-based optical products for optical fiber networks, sensors and optical fiber communications (Li-Fi). The company is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm under SIVE. The head office is located in Kista, Sweden. For more information visit: www.sivers-semiconductors.com