Entries by Mandy

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Wire Harness Congress: EMC, weight reduction, and Multi-Gigabit Call for Optical Harness

At the virtual Wire Harness Congress on September 22, 2020, KDPOF will display insights and update on Optical Multi-Gigabit Connectivity. In their presentation at 15:50, Juergen Schachtschneider, Automotive Manager Central Europe & Greater China, and César Esteban, Applications & Support Manager, will prove how automotive networks profit from optical technology. Electric and autonomous driving architectures […]

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ISO 21111 Complements IEEE Std 802.3bv™ for Overall Standardization of Optical Gigabit Connectivity

KDPOF welcomes the publication of two additional standards in the frame of the international in-vehicle Ethernet ISO standard series 21111. The supplementary parts, ISO 21111-3:2020 and ISO 21111-5:2020, specify further features for in-vehicle data transmission of 1 Gigabit per second over POF technology. “With the new ISO 21111 sections complementing the existing IEEE Std 802.3bvTM, […]

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Job Opening: Firmware/Test Engineer

We are hiring a member of the R&D team in charge of the development of embedded firmware running on the company’s integrated circuit microprocessors, as well as development of the test programs used in production testing. The responsibilities of the Firmware/Test Engineer also include: Development of the continuous integration tests of microprocessor firmware during ASIC […]

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Actelser Relies on KDPOF for Home Connectivity

We are proud that Actelser has implemented our optical connectivity technology in their new Snap Data Duplex Kit for home networks. With the Snap Data Duplex Kit, Actelser enables Ethernet over Plastic Optical Fiber (POF) at two additional points. The system allows multiple access ports all around the home in high optical fiber quality. This […]

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We’re up and running to serve you

Dear clients and partners, We’re reaching out to inform you that in view of the world situation with COVID-19, we’re continuing our activities without disruption. The commercial, administrative support and development teams are carrying on their efforts, aiming to give you the best service. Of course, we’re also working to ensure the health of all […]

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Optical Multi-Gigabit Ethernet on the Verge of Standardization and Implementation (part 3)

 Carlos Pardo, KDPOF CEO, speaking about Optical Multi-Gigabit Ethernet on the Verge of Standardization and Implementation at the Automotive Ethernet Congress in February 2020 in Munich, Germany. With the approval of the IEEE 802.3 working group, a team of individuals affiliated with more than 15 key carmakers and components suppliers, including KDPOF, has started […]

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Optical Multi-Gigabit Ethernet on the Verge of Standardization and Implementation (part 2)

Carlos Pardo, KDPOF CEO, speaking about Optical Multi-Gigabit Ethernet on the Verge of Standardization and Implementation at the Automotive Ethernet Congress in February 2020 in Munich, Germany. In-vehicle networks are on the brink of speeds from one to multiple gigabits per second. With the approval of the IEEE 802.3 working group, a team of individuals […]

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Optical Multi-Gigabit Ethernet on the Verge of Standardization and Implementation (part 1)

 Carlos Pardo, KDPOF CEO, speaking about Optical Multi-Gigabit Ethernet on the Verge of Standardization and Implementation at the Automotive Ethernet Congress in February 2020 in Munich, Germany. The key advantages of the optical solution for specific applications using multi-gigabit speeds with in-vehicle connectivity are, among others, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) thanks to the inherent galvanic isolation, […]

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Demo: World’s First 50 Gb/s Automotive-grade Optical Network

KDPOF proudly displayed the world’s first demonstration of an automotive-grade optical transmission system with 50 gigabits per second single lane at the Automotive Ethernet Congress in February 2020 in Munich, Germany. In-vehicle networks are on the brink of speeds from one to multiple gigabits per second. With the approval of the IEEE 802.3 working group, […]

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50 Gb/s Optical Automotive Ethernet Demo Strikes at Automotive Ethernet Congress

We are grateful and overwhelmed by the great interest we have received for our 50 Gb/s Optical Automotive Ethernet demo at the Automotive Ethernet Congress in Munich in February 2020. During Carlos Pardo’s presentation “Optical Multi-Gigabit Ethernet – on the Verge of IEEE Standardization and Implementation”, the audience listened in spellbound silence before peppering him […]