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Optical Interconnects are a type of optoelectronic device used to transmit data between two points using light. They are used in a variety of applications, such as telecommunications, data centers, and consumer electronics. Optical Interconnects are typically composed of a transmitter, receiver, and optical fiber. The transmitter converts electrical signals into optical signals, which are then transmitted through the optical fiber. The receiver then converts the optical signals back into electrical signals. Optical Interconnects offer several advantages over traditional electrical interconnects, such as higher data rates, lower power consumption, and improved signal integrity. They are also more reliable and secure than electrical interconnects, as they are not susceptible to electromagnetic interference. Some companies in the Optical Interconnects market include Finisar Corporation, Molex, Inc., TE Connectivity, and Lumentum. Show Less Read more