MultiLane Inc.: Nexus

Feb. 21, 2024
MultiLane's Nexus is an interoperability testing tool tailored to the needs of companies working with CMIS, particularly in module or host port characterization.

MultiLane's Nexus is an interoperability testing tool tailored to the needs of companies working with Common Management Interface Specification (CMIS), particularly in module or host port characterization. It is a hardware tool equipped with software accessed through a USB interface. Nexus is ultimately suited to test CMIS implementation on any host or module while analyzing their communication and debugging their interoperability. With a full CMIS register sweep and state machine tests, Nexus is the first tool on the market that reduces a previously manual and time-consuming validation test process to minutes, cutting down hundreds of engineering hours. The increasing complexities of CMIS standards have made Nexus necessary to ensure new product designs meet these standards, enabling different ecosystems within a data center to run smoothly.

Judge’s Comment: “Test time reduction is crucial for high volume optical transceivers to be deployed in Cloud DC or AI applications.”

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