KDPOF’s EVB9351-SFP is Winner of the 2022 Product of the Year by Electronic Products

KDPOF is proud that their EVB9351-SFP 1000BASE-RH Small Form-factor Pluggable transceiver module has been selected by the editors of Electronic Products as this year’s winner in the optoelectronics category. The annual awards, now in its 47th year, recognizes outstanding products that represent any of the following qualities: a significant advancement in a technology or its application, an exceptionally innovative design, a substantial achievement in price/performance, improvements in design performance and a potential for new product designs/opportunities.
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EVB9351-SFP by KDPOF nominated for product 2023 by WEKA Publishing

The German electronics journal Elektronik by WEKA Publishing has chosen our new EVB9351-SFP as one of the finalists in the automotive category for product of 2023. “We’re happy that this first optical 1000BASE-RH Small Form-factor Pluggable transceiver module is nominated for product of the year 2023,” stated our CEO Carlos Pardo. “It integrates the whole 1000BASE-RHC PHY and the header connector for SI-POF optical harness. We’re proud to accomplish the first milestone for future commercial optical 1000BASE-RH SFP modules, which will integrate into the optical ecosystem in automotive.” Test houses welcome the SFP module for the valuation of optical gigabit Ethernet in vehicles. Until January 29, 2023, users are called to vote for their favorite electronics products.

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In collaboration with Ametic, Carlos Pardo will participate in TheMISS Conference, which is accompanying MATELEC trade show.

In collaboration with AMETIC, Carlos Pardo will participate in TheMISS Conference, which is accompanying MATELEC trade show. This leading trade fair for the electrical, electronics, and telecommunications industry is taking place from November 15 to 18, 2022, at IFEMA in Madrid, Spain. On November 18, at 11:30, Carlos will speak about “Spanish and European Proposals to Chip and Semiconductor Shortages” at IFEMA Technology building, Room 3, Pavilion 7. They will discuss strategies and solutions included in PERTE and how companies in Europe are trying to solve the problem locally.
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Carlos Pardo is CEO and Co-founder of KDPOF

The forecasts for next year are better but will not be able to overcome the demand from the automotive industry and the other industries that need these components. Francisco Quatrin from Portal Movilidad has spoken with KDPOF CEO Carlos Pardo.

The semiconductor industry will not recover until 2024: What will happen to electric vehicles?

The microchip crisis that began in 2020 still seems to have no end. The industry predicted its end within the next few months, but the sector warns that it will have to wait at least two years for the situation to normalize. 2024 is the year that resonates among microchip and semiconductor industry specialists. “It took us almost a year to manufacture something that should be ready in four months,” says Carlos Pardo.

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Automotive Ethernet Congress: Automotive Multi-gigabit is Optical

With new challenges like automated driving and electric power trains, In-Vehicle Network (IVN) requirements are quickly evolving. The IVN has to support use cases such as the vehicle data backbone, smart antennas, ADAS cameras/sensors, displays, and data loggers, which demand higher data bandwidth while maintaining the reliability level required by the automotive industry. When considering a standard technology to support the target use cases, it is clear that the requirements are not all met by any existing communication standard, including the optical 10GBASE-SR. It is thus necessary to define a new IVN standard for multi-gigabit optical communications in the automotive environment.

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NextGenerationEU and Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology (CDTI) support KDPOF

Many thanks to NextGenerationEU and the Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology (CDTI, Centro para el Desarrollo Tecnológico Industrial) for your trust in our mission and work. As many readers know, companies throughout Europe and worldwide were severely affected in different areas by Covid-19. NextGenerationEU is a temporary recovery plan to support many of the affected companies in Europe, with Spain having the highest subsidy among participating European countries.

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Extensive evaluation kit EVK9351AUT from KDPOF eases project start for optical gigabit connectivity in vehicles

KDPOF presents the new extensive evaluation kit EVK9351AUT for a quick and easy project launch of optical gigabit connectivity in vehicles. “Our new EVK9351AUT equips carmakers, suppliers, and test houses to fully evaluate the KDPOF automotive transceivers KD9351 and KD1053 for automotive optical 1000BASE-RHC PHY implementation,” explained Carlos Pardo, CEO and Co-founder of KDPOF. “We thus support our recently announced new integrated KD9351 Fiber Optic Transceiver (FOT) for comprehensive evaluation.” Read more

Future-ready: KDPOF automotive Gigabit Ethernet provides electromagnetic compatibility, robustness, and smooth integration

From September 29 to October 1, 2021, KDPOF will display an update on optical gigabit networking in vehicles at the virtual SIAT – Symposium on International Automotive Technology 2021. Cars are not solely about driving anymore – electronic devices such as anti-collision cameras, DVD players, and navigation systems make the difference. Like infotainment systems, Automotive Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are becoming an integral part of the vehicle, with interfaces to many different clusters of electric/electronic systems. Read more

TV Report by RTVE: Spanish company KDPOF has created a new technology to transmit data at high speed over plastic optical fiber.

TV Report by RTVE: We visited the Digital Enterprise Show 2021, a very special edition that addresses digital and technological transformation. Spanish company KDPOF has created a new technology to transmit data at high speed over plastic optical fiber.
(The part with KDPOF starts at app. 4:15)

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