C3PO Research Project

Welcome to the project website of the "C3PO" European research project.

C3PO (Colourless and Coolerless Components for low Power Optical Networks) is an industry-driven project co-funded by the European Commission and aims to design and develop a new generation of energy-efficient photonic and electronic components and apply them to next-generation access and high-speed metro-core networks.

 

News

Integrated transmitter for Gigabit access

C3PO presents its multi-channel 100Gbit/sec photonic hybrid integrated transmitter at this year's ECOC More...

August 2013

Reflective modulator reaches 25Gb/s

C3PO's reflective duobinary transmitter shows error-free transmission at 25Gb/s over 35km. More...

September 2012

World's 'greenest' electronic driver

A new low-power consumption 100Gb/s modulator driver array (10x11Gb/s) to be presented at ECOC 2012 More...

September 2012

C3PO project: the whys and hows

Read the article by Capacity magazine explaining C3PO green photonic technology More...

May 2012

Novel reflective modulator fabricated

A new hybrid integrated reflective modulator prototype was fabricated and tested enabling more than 200km transmission distances. More...

March 2012

Bringing WDM-PON to market

Read how optical access networks can enable new applications and what are the challenges in deploying WDM-PONs. More...

December 2010