Engineers at the University of California, Berkeley, have found a way to grow nanolasers directly onto a silicon surface, which could lead to a new class of faster, more efficient microprocessors, as well as to powerful biochemical sensors that use optoelectronic chips.
IBM has unveiled a new chip technology that integrates electrical and optical devices on the same piece of silicon, claiming that it will enable a 10X improvement in integration density over current manufacturing techniques and the creation of 1Tbps electro-optical transducers just a few millimetres square.
A seemingly impossible sparkle of green light from a silicon chip has opened up a whole new field of possibilities for communications devices, including exponentially shrinking the hardware needed to guarantee high quality Internet connection, according to researchers at the University of Sydney.
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