Friday, 09 March 2012 10:52
IBM has outlined a prototype optical chipset called Holey Optochip that can transfer one terabit of information a second.
That throughput — assuming the chip eventually scales — could provide a bandwidth boost that alters the supercomputing and datacentre landscape. Scientists from IBM presented the prototype at the Optical Fiber Communications Conference in Los Angeles on Thursday.
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