We are disrupting data center management with a revolutionary optical networking engine.

We have pioneered the field of software define photonics and present the first optical switch capable of offering all type of switching strategies and processing ensuring seamless AI cluster communication and future-proofing data center infrastructure.

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iPronics consists of a unique combination between software developers, PIC designers, experts in integration and assembly and microelectronic developers.

Our current innovative projects

INSPIRE

INSPIRE will make programmable photonic processor available in form of TRL5/6 demonstrators for the first time.

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PROMETHEUS

PROMETHEUS aims at leveraging programmable photonics to develop neuromorphic architectures, such as largescale photonic spiking neural networks

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ALLEGRO

ALLEGRO will develop an autonomous and HW sliceable optical network that not only enables secure and energy-efficient services, but it also adds new capabilities

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LS-PHOTONICS

LS-PHOTONICS will develop large-scale programmable photonic processors, overcoming scalability hurdles, enabling multifunctionality, and applying to complex neuromorphic computing for broader photonics integration.

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AYUDAS PARA LA FORMACIÓN DE DOCTORES EN EMPRESAS “DOCTORADOS INDUSTRIALES " DIN2019-010891

AYUDAS PARA LA FORMACIÓN DE DOCTORES EN EMPRESAS
“DOCTORADOS INDUSTRIALES” DIN2019-010891

The total non-recoverable engineering costs for developing a single iteration of an application specific photonic integrated circuit (ASPIC) design are around €550k-€1,700k, and the development time is currently 12 months. As the original ASPIC design is rarely error-free, typically 2-3 iterations are required, taking the cumulative effort to 2-3 years and the cost into the region of €940k-€4.6m.


iPronics cuts the typical development time of an ASPIC by 90% and the associated costs by 95%. A new design is simply reprogrammed, downloaded into the chip and tested in a matter of hours, eliminating the need for expensive and time-consuming manufacturing runs.

Competitive advantage of programmable technology