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The device is nice and working well. It was easy to program it with Python using my custom code.

Hitesh Rahangdale, Postdoc,

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

I use a 3-channel XPOW as bias controller for an IQ optical modulator and it works wonderfully. Because XPOW is so compact, I can package it in the same box as my modulator. The software user interface is simple yet so good and intuitive. These features are critical for me in the device prototyping project I have with a few defense contractors in the US. I ended up purchasing a couple of XPOW units and shipping them to these contractors together with the prototype. It is definitely a powerful solution for the control of optical modulators.

Dr. David Marpaung,
Professor at University of Twente

 

The next-generation of electronics & photonics integrated circuits

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Nicslab, a fabless chip company, developing electronics and photonics integrated circuits for future optical solutions in data centers, AI, and quantum computing. Our solution controls the light to process information, transfer data faster and more efficiently.