The interaction between light (photons) and electrons (electronics) forms the basis of photonics. A relative new development in sending and receiving data and its processing. This technique will have a large impact on the glass fibre network of the future.
One of our clients who specialises in the development of high-tech photonics-hardware, has been successful in developing a chip the size of a grain of rice that combines multiple optical functions: lasers, switches and multiplexers. A huge accomplishment that Global Electronics B.V. has converted into matching sophisticated hardware. Our high-quality machines are ready for the future and prepared to assemble future hardware!
With data centers becoming increasingly overloaded, heat is one of the biggest issues facing electrical engineers. In electronic circuits, data is typically transmitted by electron flow through conductors. More data means more "traveling electrons" and therefore more heat.
But what if we could send data without the damaging effects of heat to electronic connections? New studies conducted by Eindhoven Technical University suggest that silicon photons are able to transmit data - without the issues of heat, high energy consumption and slow communication on chips and from chip to chip.
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