The reversibility protocol of the logic gate is not supported by conventional logic gates. These gates disperse energy into the environment in the form of heat energy on account of loss of data and that is why these gates are titled irreversible logic gates. The concept of reversible logic gates is evolved primarily to reduce heat dissipation, employing the advantages of the reversible gate such as a reduced unit of gates, fewer garbage outputs, small quantity of constant inputs, and lower quantum cost. The all-optical hybrid new gate (HNG) is realized using silicon micro-ring resonators. The expected operation is theoretically validated through MATLAB simulation results. Two inputs all the 16-Boolean logic functions have been realized using a single HNG. The optimized performance parameters, i.e., ‘figure of merits’ of the MRR, including radius and detuning, are calculated through numerical simulation at 260 Gb/s. The optimized parameters could help to implement this design practically. The binary decision diagram (BDD) has also been used to represent the logic functions at the respective output ports.