Jabil Photonics: GA of Coherent Optical Products Featuring Nokia’s Optical Engine

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Basel, Switzerland – September 19, 2022 – Jabil Inc. (NYSE: JBL), maker of optical communications products, today announced the general availability and customer testing of its CFP2 DCO ECO Coherent Transceiver.

Jabil said the module, based on Nokia’s CSTAR200+ silicon photonics optical engine, adheres to recent communications standards requirements. Demonstrations of this second-generation coherent optical module will take place at the Jabil Photonics booth (#116) during ECOC 2022.

Jabil Photonics said it invests in advanced solutions and capabilities to address evolving network requirements and architectures. An extensive product line encompasses discrete optical components, integrated modules and complex, fiber-based boards supported by unique design, process and test engineering skills and services.

 “We are pleased to integrate Nokia’s CSTAR-200+ optical engine as part of our complete coherent transceiver solution,” said KW Hoo, GM of Jabil Photonics. “Together, we can accelerate the pace of technology advancements while bringing industry-leading optical products to market faster on behalf of customers worldwide.”

Jabil Photonics offers the coherent technologies and solutions required for a wide range of applications, including 5G, metro networking and data-center interconnects. Moreover, the second-generation 100G/200G modules comply with the most recent communications standards requirements while minimizing power consumption with the most recent Digital Signal Processing (DSP) and optical-engine technologies.

 Jabil Photonics empowers organizations to reduce the complexities of developing and deploying enhanced optical networking solutions by offering complete end-to-end photonics capabilities and competencies encompassing component design, system assembly and streamlined supply chain management. Tailored services for optical design, packaging and precision manufacturing are complemented by dedicated R&D and production facilities in California, Canada, China and Malaysia.