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Transistor Laser Upgrade Could Boost Computer Processor Speeds

A new breakthrough in transistor lasers could lead to faster computer processors and more streamlined electronic devices.

Engineers Invent Method to Control Light Propagation in Waveguides

A new method of controlling light is changing the world of optical communication.

Trading Electrons for Light Beams

When it comes to cutting edge computer technology, electrons are out and light is in. Welcome to the future of optical computing.

Nanonantennas and the Future of Optical Computing

By altering the direction of light, scientists may have found the path to infinitely faster computing.

New Device Links Sound, Light, and Radio Waves

As Moore’s Law approaches its limits, engineers are experimenting with unconventional ways to carry...
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Researchers Build Microscopic Circular Lasers for Computer Chips

Fiber optic cables have already transformed communications, and now similar light-based technology could revolutionize...

The World’s Smallest Integrated Optical Switch is Now Even Smaller

Researchers at ETH Zurich have created an optical switch that defies logic by being...

New Light-Based Memory Chip to Replace SSDs

Researchers have created a light-based memory chip that could replace SSDs (solid state drives),...

New Engineered Material for All-Optical Communications

Researchers at Purdue University have created a new “plasmonic” material that could be used...

Graphene Filament Makes World’s Smallest Light Bulb

An international group of scientists has created the world’s smallest light bulb. They used...
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