Could graphene switches lead to 100-t...

Could graphene switches lead to 100-times faster internet?

There are 1 comment on the Gizmag story from Jul 21, 2013, titled Could graphene switches lead to 100-times faster internet?. In it, Gizmag reports that:

Researchers from the Universities of Bath and Exeter have shown that a few layers of graphene stacked on top of each other could act as a formidable material for optical switches, delivering speeds up to 100 times faster than current telecommunications technology.

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techjunky

Bakewell, UK

#1 Jul 23, 2013
I've found some more information about the graphene over the web here:[url=http://www.nano-man. co.uk/Nano/Electronics/Just_an _atom_thick_and_200_times_stro nger_than_steel_and_a_near-per fect_conductor.html]Just an atom thick and 200 times stronger than steel and a near perfect conductor[/url] and here:[url=http://www.nano-man. co.uk/Nano/Materials/Jagged_gr aphene_edges_can_slice_into_ce ll_membranes.html]Jagged graphene edges can slice into cell membranes[/url]- It seems that in future graphene will be as common as steel on this days

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