Recently, Accelink successfully established the first international standard for 5G optical devices in IEC, thereby achieving its first breakthrough in successfully proposing an international standard.
The rapid development of global 5G networks has placed a huge impetus on the 5G optical communication market. The optical module is the basic unit for photoelectric conversion in the 5G network, and its technology and market have experienced rapid development. Due to the high cost and shortage of fiber resources, color optical modules are widely used in 5G front-transmission optical modules. Since the wavelength of the module's laser needs to meet the corresponding system requirements through chip design and temperature control, the color optical module needs the support of a miniaturized laser packaging platform with temperature regulation function.
Based on its laser packaging platform technology development, Accelink proposed a color optical module solution to meet the requirements for system wavelength. In addition, by conducting an in-depth investigation, analysis, and discussion with relevant domestic units, Accelink filed an application for establishing the"laser packaging with the temperature control function"IEC standard. After a review by domestic experts and two rounds of presentations at the IEC conference, 16 IEC member states voted to support the project, and the United States, Japan, Germany, and Italy also expressed their desire to work together to promote the project. Finally, after undergoing a vote for IEC standards at the conference, the project initiated by Accelink was successfully approved after a resolution was passed.