The Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP) acknowledged ColorChip’s 100G optical transceiver for optimized data center applications. OCP was founded in 2011 by Facebook, Intel, and Rackspace, with the mission of applying the benefits of open source to hardware, for rapidly increasing the pace of innovation in, near, and around datacenters and beyond.
ColorChip joined the OCP community as a platinum member, and offers proven know-how and energy-efficient solutions that further support the rise in bandwidth demand. Our 100G CWDM4 QSFP28 Lite is a highly compact, low power consumption transceiver that is fully interoperable with the standard CWDM4 MSA version.
With over 200 members, the OCP community is committed to scalable computing, and shares specifications, designs, and other intellectual property of networking and communication solutions. By contributing the design concept and technical outline of ColorChip’s 100G optical transceiver, we are making an impact in driving efficient, smarter datacenter ecosystem worldwide.