NOTICE: August 08, 2016 Si2 EMAIL REFLECTOR MAIL IS BEING REJECTED BY SOME COMPANIES
NOTE: Si2 External IP Address Changes
* Recently, Si2 switched network service providers and subsequently, all of its external IP addresses.
* Email reflectors are used by our many Production and Open Standards collaborative research/development working groups.
* If your company uses access control lists to manage email traffic, and you send emails via the Si2 reflector list system, then the following information will be relevant to you.
CONTACT YOUR IT DEPARTMENT TO VERIFY YOUR CURRENT OR FUTURE STATUS:
After the Si2 IP changes, reflector list messages that previously appeared as email coming from 126.96.36.199 will now show as email coming from 188.8.131.52. Any access control lists that reference the old Si2 IP (184.108.40.206), will need to be updated to the new Si2 IP (220.127.116.11) in order to restore previous functionality. Additionally, make sure that your company IT has Si2 white listed!
Photonic Integrated Circuits Workshop
Optical Fiber Communications Conference
(OFC) Moscone Center, Room 104 Gateway Ballroom, San
Francisco, CA Wednesday March 12, 2014 6 PM-
This workshop will focus on providing practical
information regarding the design considerations,
choices, and manufacturing processes needed to
create Photonic Integrated Circuits. Special
given to Multi Project Wafers (MPW) in
combination with Process Design Kits (PDK),
since these have
proven to significantly lower the cost and
barrier to entry for PICs.
Integrated Photonics covers the generation, transportation, processing .
and detection of light signals at chip scale sizes.
photonic integrated circuits leverages existing
semiconductor processing infrastructure,
providing huge gains in reliability,
scalability, performance and
power. However, for many companies, large and
small, design and fabrication of PICs is not a
forward path because of initial cost
consideration and wide range of material systems
and foundries to
choose from such as InP, Silicon, or
The aim of this workshop is to bring together
all MPW brokering organizations along with EDA
photonic design tools, design services, and
packaging. This will provide the audience with
a good overall
picture of the state‐of‐art in PICs as well as
how you can take advantage of the existing