Silicon nanophotonics: IBM's light ch...

Silicon nanophotonics: IBM's light chips could save data centers from bandwidth traffic jams

There are 1 comment on the UtahSaint story from Dec 9, 2012, titled Silicon nanophotonics: IBM's light chips could save data centers from bandwidth traffic jams. In it, UtahSaint reports that:

IBM is announcing today it has created breakthrough silicon nanophotonics chips, or those that can use traditional silicon technology and laser light to transfer data at extremely high speeds.

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Jarrod Simmons

Dallas, TX

#1 Dec 9, 2012
That sounds awesome. I wonder what else they will come up with? I can only imagine. Lol

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