ENGLEWOOD, Colo., Sept. 19, 2019
/PRNewswire/ -- Lightwave Logic, Inc. (OTCQB: LWLG) announced today
that it will be providing the first technical results following its
prior announcement of a materials breakthrough in February. The company
CEO will be giving two presentations at the prestigious European
Conference on Communications (ECOC) in Dublin, Ireland next week.
At the heart of Lightwave Logic's PerkinamineTM
electro-optic polymers are its designer molecules or chromophores. The
chromophores along with their supporting materials are a complex
engineered material system which can be designed to target specific
applications. The company's new material is being developed for the
multi-billion-dollar telecom and data markets supporting Internet, 5G
and IoT (Internet of Things) webscale services.
The goal is to lower
electrical power and hardware cost which have become exorbitant under
the insatiable demand for data networking. As a class of materials,
electro-optic polymers have excellent natural properties, which results
in both unmatched speed and lower drive voltage. The improved material
doubles the speed and halves the devices' voltage requirements compared
to the company's existing material and industry-wide conventional
On Sunday Sept 22, CEO Dr. Michael Lebby
will lead off a workshop on Hybrid Photonic Integrated Circuits with
the talk entitled "Polymer modulators enable the next generation of
speeds and low power in optical networks." (See ECOC Workshops)
high data rates in fiber networks for datacenters are a hot topic at
the ECOC, one of the most prestigious and long-standing technical
conferences and tradeshow events in its field. This forum combines the
latest progress reports from the world's top research laboratories,
commercial product demonstrations from major vendors and application
requirements from giant service providers.
On Tuesday Sept 24,
Dr. Lebby will give a presentation in the ECOC Market Focus program
entitled "Polymer modulators with >50GHz performance for power
consumption reduction at 400, 800, and 1600 Gbaud aggregated datarates."
(See Market Focus Program)
Based on the previously published abstract, this talk will present
measurements of over 50GHz bandwidth which exceed the speeds currently
used to support the latest100 Gbps PAM4 datarates. Higher optical speeds
can reduce the power consumption and cost which goes into compensating
electronics at both transmit and receive ends of the link.
It will also
discuss the potential to drive polymer modulator bandwidths in excess of
80GHz. It will also put these results in the context of the latest work
in photonics roadmaps (IPSR - International Photonics Systems Roadmap
process, 2019) that look out towards 1600Gbps with polymer-based
For more information about Lightwave Logic, please visit the Company's website at lightwavelogic.com.
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Logic, Inc. is a development stage company moving toward
commercialization of next generation photonic devices using its
high-activity and high-stability organic polymers for applications in
data communications and telecommunications markets. Photonic
electro-optical devices convert data from electric signals into optical
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