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