Accelerating silicon photonics

Imec has announced that it and its partners have completed a three-year programme to make a variety of silicon photonics technologies accessible for industry and academia worldwide. Within the ESSenTIAL programme, funded by the European Commission, imec has worked to develop advanced multi-project-wafer services (MPW) and packaging services for silicon photonics.

  • Accelerating accessibility of silicon photonics

    Imec has announced that it and its partners have completed a three-year programme to make a variety of silicon photonics technologies accessible for industry and academia worldwide. Within the ESSenTIAL programme, funded by the European Commission, imec has ... Read More
  • Altera joins the OPNFV Project

    Altera has joined the Open Platform for NFV (OPNFV), a community-led, industry-supported, open-source reference platform for network function virtualisation (NFV). NFV uses IT technologies to virtualise entire classes of network node functions into building ... Read More
  • Pumpkin shaped molecules boost lithium-ion battery performance

    Looking to improve performance and reduce the risks of overheating, South Korean researchers at Pohang University have created a lithium-ion battery made from a porous solid.

    The new battery is built from pumpkin shaped molecules called ...
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  • 3D printing set to speed complex optical fibre production

    University of Southampton researchers are to trial new techniques to produce optical fibre using additive manufacturing. This new way of making fibre could pave the way for more complex structures capable of unlocking applications in a range of industries, ... Read More





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