Silicon Photonics Market

Silicon Photonics Companies - Cisco Systems, Inc. (US) and Intel Corporation (US) are the Key Players

The silicon photonics market was valued at USD 1.3 billion in 2022 and is projected to reach USD 5.0 billion by 2028, growing at a CAGR of 28.5% during the forecast period from 2023 to 2028. The rising demand for CMOS-integrated silicon photonics technology in data centers is one of the primary drivers of market growth.

Some prominent players in the silicon photonics industry have predominantly used acquisition and partnership tactics to strengthen their market position.

  • In March 2023, MACOM Technology Solutions announced the acquisition of Linearizer Communications Group (US), a developer of industry-leading products specializing in non-linear microwave pre-distortion, for use in terrestrial, avionic, and space-based applications and high-performance microwave photonic solutions, for use in the industrial and defense markets.
  • In February 2022, Intel Corporation (US) entered a definitive agreement to acquire Tower Semiconductor Ltd. (Israel), one of the leading foundries for analog semiconductor solutions. The acquisition is expected to advance Intel's IDM 2.0 strategy by accelerating its global end-to-end systems foundry business. The transaction is expected to be closed in the first half of 2023, subject to certain regulatory approvals and customary closing conditions.

Silicon Photonics companies include:

  • Cisco Systems, Inc. (US)
  • Intel Corporation (US).

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Cisco Systems, Inc.

Cisco Systems, Inc. is a global provider of networking products and solutions. Its core business is designing, manufacturing, and selling Internet Protocol (IP)-based network products and services related to communication technologies and IT industries. The company integrates its platforms across networking, security, collaboration, applications, and the cloud. These platforms are designed to help our customers manage more users, devices, and things connecting to their networks. The company supplies its products and solutions to customers, including small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and large enterprises in the energy, education, healthcare, retail, manufacturing, and other sectors.

The products and technologies offered by the company are grouped into the following categories: Secure Agile Networks, Internet for the Future, Collaboration, End-to-End Security, Optimized Application Experiences, and other products. In addition to its product offerings, it provides a broad range of services, including technical support and advanced services.

Its silicon photonics products are sold under the Secure Agile Networks and Internet for the Future business segments. The Secure Agile Networks segment consists of core networking technologies of enterprise routing, switching, wireless, and computing products. These technologies consist of hardware and software offerings, including software licenses and SaaS, which help customers build networks, automate, orchestrate, integrate, and digitize data. The Internet for the Future segment comprises silicon, 5G, routed optical networking, and optics solutions. These products consist primarily of hardware and software offerings, including software licenses and SaaS.
Cisco has earned a leadership position in the silicon photonics market with the acquisition of Acacia Communications, Inc. (US), a company engaged in the designing and developing high-speed, optical interconnect technologies that allow web-scale companies, service providers, and data center operators to meet the fast-growing consumer demands for data, and Luxtera Inc. (US), a leader in silicon photonics and optical transceivers.

Intel Corporation

Intel Corporation designs, manufactures, and sells computer products and technologies. It delivers computers, networking, data storage, and communications platforms. The company operates through the following business segments: Client Computing Group (CCG), Data Center and AI (DCAI), Network and Edge (NEX), Mobileye, Accelerated Computing Systems and Graphics (AXG), and Intel Foundry Services (IFS). The company sells silicon photonics products through its Data Center and AI (DCAI) business segment. It develops workload-optimized platforms for computer, storage, and network functions. It offers a vast range of silicon photonics transceivers and has recently been updated to an 800 G transceiver for silicon photonics. The company has nine manufacturing sites, of which five are wafer fabrication plants and four are assembly/test facilities located across the US, Ireland, Israel, China, Malaysia, and Vietnam.

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