CUPTERTINO, Calif., April 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Quantum Electro Opto Systems Sdn. Bhd. (QEOS), a leading optical innovations company for the design and high-volume production of multi-Gb/s optical communications products, today announced the launch of its first commercially available OEM/ODM products based upon its patented "QEOS Tilted Charge Dynamics" high speed technology. The QEOS Tilted Charge Dynamics technology forms the core technology for its new high speed "LEDs." (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130411/PH92726) The technology enables the company to develop products of lower total power consumption, smaller size, and lower cost compared to traditional multi-gigabit short distance optical transmission products. "It's incredible to realize this technology features the world's fastest LED, it's 10 times faster than the traditional LEDs in the market," said Dr. Gabriel Walter, CEO at QEOS Sdn. Bhd. "And the products we're introducing are a fraction of the size, power, and cost of traditional laser-based products with the comparable functionality. With the transistor structure, various new integrated optical and electronic functions can be realized that are not possible with the existing optical technology." PRODUCT INTRODUCTION Bringing its Tilted Charge Dynamics technology to market for the first time, the company introduced its QEOS Optical Transceiver Kit ™, which consists of the new QEOS Transmitter Optical Full Assembly ™ (TOFA) designed to operate with the new QEOS Receiver Optical Full Assembly (ROFA). The kit provides a low power, low cost product-ready 3.5Gbps solution for distances up to 100 meters. Also introduced was a higher speed QEOS TOFA, an ultra-low power consumption, high speed optical transmitter operating up to 6.5GHz (designed for 10Gbps applications) and available later this year. All QEOS TOFAs and ROFAs are "full-function" assemblies. The QEOS Titled Charge Dynamics high-speed technology-enabled products, with their lower cost and power consumption, can be used for active optical cables, interconnecting computers, board-to-board interconnects and in power sensitive portable applications.