Optical network-on-chip processor integrates a photonic and electronic chip

Aug. 18, 2023
The Hummingbird optical Network-on-Chip (oNOC) processor is designed for domain-specific AI workloads.

The Hummingbird optical Network-on-Chip (oNOC) processor is designed for domain-specific AI workloads. It consists of a low-latency optical all-to-all broadcast network spanning 64 cores. With 64 transmitters and 512 receivers, it provides a framework to implement a variety of dense optical network topologies. It uses vertically stacked packaging technology to integrate a photonic and electronic chip into a single package.

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