Proprietary Electro-Optic Polymer Optimized for High-Intensity Light Applications in Datacenter and Telecommunication Markets
Lightwave Logic optimizes proprietary electro-optic polymer for high-intensity light applications in the data center and telecommunication markets.
FREMONT, CA: Lightwave Logic, a technology platform organization leveraging its proprietary electro-optic polymers to transmit data at higher speeds with less power, announces that it has optimized a robust, photo-stable organic polymer material for use in the company's next-generation modulators intended to be trialed with potential customers under NDA. Enhanced photostability is one feature of robustness and a key metric usually discussed with potential customers in the data center and telecommunication fiber optics industries for the company's modulator technology.
Lightwave Logic materials have shown increased tolerance to high-intensity infrared light, common in a fiber optic communications environment, and significant as a higher density of devices access the network, directly resulting in higher intensity infrared light levels. Preliminary outcomes suggest that Lightwave Logic's recently created electro-optic polymer material, developed based on potential customer input, displays unrivaled light tolerance compared to any organic commercial solution in use. The company has run a range of measurements as it qualifies new materials to add to its device designs for customer evaluation, with further photostability testing planned.
Lightwave Logic continues to see an exceptional performance from its organic polymer materials, unrivaled by any organic commercial solution in use at present. These results meet its internal criteria today and address potential customer feedback as it continuously enhances its technology suite.
Lightwave Logic is developing a platform leveraging its proprietary engineered electro-optic (EO) polymers to transmit data at higher speeds with less power. The company's high-activity and high-stability organic polymers enable Lightwave Logic to create next-generation photonic EO devices, which convert data from electrical signals into optical signals, for applications in data communications and telecommunications markets.