Scaling Moore’s Law and The Role of Integrated Photonics

April 30, 2024
Intel presents its perspective on how photonic integration can enable similar performance scaling as Moore’s Law for package I/O with higher data throughput and lower energy consumption, to support the emerging AI infrastructure needs.

Date: April 30, 2024
Time: 3:00 PM EDT / 2:00 PM CDT / 12:00 PM PDT / 7:00 PM GMT
Intel Corporation
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Moore’s Law is alive and well.  Intel and other industry leaders expect to continue scaling Moore’s Law through the next decade by innovating in next-generation CMOS transistor nodes as well as in advanced packaging technology. This webinar session describes how Silicon Photonics is an enabling technology to continue this scaling with the necessary matching growth in high-density, power-efficient optical I/O bandwidth.  This new optical I/O is realized through increased component integration, proven field reliability, and next-generation process technology. The webinar will also describe the emerging AI infrastructure requirements and new compute architectures that are shaping the need for CPU/GPU optical I/O and why Intel’s 4Tbps co-packaged OCI solution demonstrated at OFC2024 provides a compelling roadmap for the decade ahead.


Thomas Liljeberg
Senior Director of Product Management and Strategy, Silicon Photonics Product Division
Intel Corporation

Thomas Liljeberg is Sr. Director of Product Management and Strategy in the Silicon Photonics Product Division at Intel Corporation.  From 2004 to 2015, he was at Source Photonics serving in various leadership roles of increasing scope and responsibility in Product Management and R&D, most recently as Executive VP of Product Line Management.  Prior to Source Photonics, Thomas Liljeberg was with Agility Communications from 2000 to 2004.  He holds a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and an M.S. from Technical University of Denmark.

Vladimir Kozlov
Founder and CEO

Vladimir Kozlov is serving as CEO and Chief Analyst of LightCounting since it was founded in 2004. He also held product development and research staff positions at Lucent Technologies and Princeton University. He received M.Sc. at Moscow State University in Russia and Ph.D in Physics at Brown University in the United States.

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Intel® Silicon Photonics Product Division develops, manufactures, and commercializes highly integrated, reliable, and field-proven photonic ICs (PIC) and other subsystems to enable high-performance optical connectivity in cloud data center, AI/ML infrastructure, telecom service provider, and sensing applications. We are currently the volume market leader in silicon photonics shipments.