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February 12th, 2006

Nanophotonics tech facilitates optical data transmission

Abstract:
NEC Corp. announced the development of fundamental silicon (Si) nanophotonics technology that facilitates optical data transmission in large-scale integration (LSI) chips by eliminating data transmission bottlenecks, aiming to realize higher performance in electronic devices.

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