High density optical switches

A team that includes scientists from Rutgers University in the US and the US National Institute of Standards and Technology says it has developed a technology that could allow optical switches to be packed densely on a chip.

  • Optical switches could be 'packed densely' on a chip, says team

    A team that includes scientists from Rutgers University in the US and the US National Institute of Standards and Technology says it has developed a technology that could allow optical switches to be packed densely on a chip.

    According to the team, ...
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    Rumours suggest that Intel is talking to Altera with the aim of acquiring the FPGA developer for around $10billion.

    The move is being seen as a way of Intel protecting its position in the data centre from growing competition from devices based on ...
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    While molybdenum disulphide's greatest asset is said to be its monolayer thickness, a research team from Northwestern University in the US claims this is also its biggest challenge. Because it is thin, it has little interaction with light and this limits its ... Read More





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