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Stay for Dessert: 3 Ways Quick Service Restaurants Can Increase Ticket Size with Solid-State Cooling
Dessert presents quick-service restaurants an opportunity to increase average ticket size and drive sales in a new or expanded category.
Addressing Reliability in LiDAR Systems with Thermoelectric Cooling
LiDAR technology is useful for autonomous vehicles to create a virtual map of the area around a vehicle to measure velocity and provide data communication.
Top Takeaways from CIOE 2019
After attending CIOE 2019, an event focused on advancing state-of-the-art optical communications, our team shares its major notes and takeaways.
Cooled Optics in NG-PON2 Deployment
Next-Generation Passive Optical Network 2 (NG-PON2) is a network standard capable of delivering throughput of up to 40Gbit/s across the network.
Expand Your Product Portfolio with Solid-State Refrigerators and Freezers
Food equipment manufacturers have an opportunity to unlock a new sales channel with groundbreaking technology: solid-state refrigerators and freezers.
Lost in the Supermarket? Here Are 4 Ways Solid-State Cooling Can Help
Despite the overcrowded refrigerated and frozen food aisles, there are four key ways that brands can get more eyes on their products and boost sales.
Addressing Reliability in a Non-Hermetic Laser Package
Cooled non-hermetic laser packages are one way of cutting costs while meeting the performance requirements of those demands.
Grocery Delivery’s Got A Dilemma: How Solid-State Refrigeration Solves for Fresh Food Delivery in the Last Mile
As more consumers look to purchase their groceries online, solid-state refrigeration can help ensure reliable and safe delivery of fresh goods.
How a Non-Hermetic Laser Package Saves On Cost
Non-hermetic packaging can be reliable, but offers a significantly lower total cost than a hermetically-sealed package. Here are three main drivers of cost to consider.
The Unlimited Potential of Solid-State
Our solid-state chip is displacing compressors and enabling industries to transform with next generation product designs. Read more about our technology.
Increasing Data Rates Drive a Need to Cool QSFPs
Climbing data rates increase heat densities which require thermoelectric cooling to protect laser performance. Read more about Phononic's cooling solution.
Enhance Customers' Experiences with Solid-State Refrigeration
Learn more about three significant findings from our "Store of the Future" that help retailers and store operators better meet customer needs.
No More Crying Over Spoiled Milk: Tips for Safe Breast Milk Storage
Correct breast milk storage will prevent spoiled milk & ensure that milk stays at a safe temperature. Read our tips to protect your baby from bad bacteria.
How Natural Became the New Norm
With solid-state cooling, take advantage of today’s healthy food trends by storing more of your healthy products and placing them where consumers are most likely to see them, such as at checkout.
Why 400G in the Datacenter Requires Effective Thermoelectric Cooling
With consumer demand driving ever-faster, ever-better devices and networks, and cloud storage needs only increasing as well, the rollout of 400G in the datacenter has been much anticipated.
OFC 2019: A Quick Recap
The 2019 Optical Networking Communication Conference brought big news and developments on 400G, PON and more. Here are our takeaways!
Why Noise Matters in the NICU: Minimizing Patient's Exposure to Loud Noises
Due to their silent nature, solid-state medical-grade refrigerators are an ideal choice for NICU breast milk refrigeration. Learn more today!
Endless Possibilities with Solid-State Technology
Solid-state thermal technology is transforming the way we cool and heat. Commonly-used cooling and heating technologies are more than a century old, and they’re unable to adapt to modern demands.
How to Master OFC
Here is a handy guide to help you get the most out of your time at the 2019 Optical Networking and Communication Conference and Exhibition (OFC).
Why Uncooled Laser Packages Aren't the Cost-Saving Answer in 5G