Sivers IMA Holdings AB subsidiary, CST Global, has successfully proven the feasibility of 60GHz Radio over Fiber (ROF) transmission, at a 1270nm wavelength. ROF networks are emerging as a completely new and promising communication paradigm for delivering broadband wireless access services and fronthaul at 60 GHz, relying on the synergy between fixed optical and millimeter wave (mmWave) technologies. CST Global’s research shows that their 60GHz, ROF, broadband solution is feasible, by combining CST Global’s optical solutions and mmWave technology from Sivers IMA in the future.
Sivers IMA Holdings AB subsidiary, CST Global, has successfully proven the feasibility of its uncooled, ridge waveguide, CWDM, DFB lasers to transmit at 25 Gbps. This shows that the CWDM, DFB lasers are on track for full commercialization in applications like data communications platforms for hyper-scale, cloud data centres.
Sivers IMA Holdings AB subsidiary, CST Global, has added 1490nm, 2.5Gbps, GPON (Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Network) lasers to its fiber to the home (FTTH) product portfolio, following successful beta testing.
Sivers IMA Holding is pleased to announce that its subsidiary, CST Global (CST), has received £151,699 (approx. MSEK 1.7) from the British government to lead the HELCATS (High-power, phosphorous-based, DFB lasers for cold atom systems) project. The total project budget is £497,574, with government funding of nearly 80 percent. The project will run from March 2018 to February 2019.
As previously announced, Sivers IMA Holding AB (“Sivers IMA”) signed an agreement on the acquisition of all shares in Compound Semiconductor Technologies Global Limited (“CST Global”), that designs, manufactures and supplies semiconductor lasers and others semiconductor optical products.
In connection with the acquisition on May 19, 2017, Sivers IMA paid an initial purchase price to the sellers of CST Global of 27,924,998 shares in Sivers IMA. The seller is further entitled to an additional purchase price of 13 962 499 newly issued shares in Sivers IMA, if CST Global’s revenues during 2017 exceed 6.5 MGBP (approximately 72,8 MSEK). CST Global’s revenues in 2017 amount to approximately 6.7 MGBP (about MSEK 75), which means that sellers are entitled to the agreed additional purchase price.
Sivers IMA Holding is proud to announce that CST Global (CST), a subsidiary of Sivers IMA Holding, has received £83,774 GBP (approx. KSEK 900)) from the British government to lead the “Quantum Cooling using Mode Controlled Blue Lasers” project, known as CoolBlue2.
Sivers IMA Holding is proud to announce that CST Global (CST), a subsidiary of Sivers IMA Holding, has received 108,000 GBP (about 1,2 SEKm) from the British government to lead the “High performance wireless to photonic interfaces for 60 GHz Radio-Over-Fiber applications” project.
CST Global, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sivers IMA Holdings AB and the UK’s leading, independent, III-V opto-electronic, semi-conductor foundry, will lead the ‘active matrix, single-photon technologies on GaAs’ project, in collaboration with the University of Glasgow and Gas Sensing Solutions. The project will develop light-weight, monolithic, mid-wave infrared (MWIR) imagers, capable of detecting a single photon of IR light. This is primarily used to image gasses and diagnose their composition. The potential uses of this technology are widespread, once commercially viable.
CST Global, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sivers IMA Holdings AB and the UK’s leading, independent, III-V opto-electronic, semiconductor foundry, has announced successful sampling of its 1270nm, 10Gb/s and 2.5Gb/s, Indium Phosphide (InP), DFB lasers for next generation, passive optical networks (NG-PON) and will be shown at the Broadband World Forum in Berlin, October 24-26.
CST Global, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sivers IMA Holdings AB and the UK’s leading, independent, III-V opto-electronic, semiconductor foundry is a consortium member of the Innovate UK, government-funded, SUPER8 research project. The SUPER8 project aims to develop scalable, 200Gbps, super-thermal, 8-channel CWDM (Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing) architecture. This will be applied to an ultra, high-speed, industry-standard, transceiver platform for use in the optical, data communications of hyper-scale, cloud data centres.