Credo Technology, an innovator in secure, high-speed connectivity solutions that deliver the necessary energy efficiency and data rates to address the constantly growing bandwidth requirements of the data infrastructure market, announced the availability of Teal 200, a 4 x 50Gbps Transimpedance Amplifier (TIA) for QSFP56, QSFP-DD and OSFP optical transceivers and active optical cables (AOCs) that target high-volume, low-power applications in AI and hyperscale data centers. Teal 200 supports 200Gbps SR4/DR4/FR4 and 400Gbps SR8/DR8/FR8 applications that use 50Gbps PAM-4 modulation. Support for 4 x 25Gbps NRZ operation is included for backward compatibility. The Credo Teal 200 also features Credo’s industry-leading low-power dissipation.
“Transceivers, or pluggable modules, are the building blocks for next-generation connectivity at massive scale and by offering the Teal 200 as a seamless complement to our Seagull DSPs we are providing module makers with a complete solution,” said Michael Girvan Lampe, Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Marketing for Credo. “By providing our customers with a complete solution to enable new transceivers with better performance and improved energy efficiency, Credo is addressing the burgeoning growth of the AI/ML ecosystem which will be a significant growth driver for the entire data infrastructure industry.”
Teal 200 Key Features
- Compatible with 25Gbps and 50Gbps lane speeds
- Works with both 850nm and 1310nm PIN photodiodes
- Captive photodiode interface
- Automatic or Manual Gain Control modes
- Programmable trans-impedance gain and peaking control
- Optimized for use with Credo’s Seagull DSPs
All Credo product offerings are supported by evaluation boards, simulation models, characterization reports, reliability reports, design libraries and a full set of supporting documentation.
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