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Photonic communication comes to computer chips

Photonic communication comes to computer chips

MIT News: April 16, 2018 – “This will change the availability of optics, and how the world can use optics, in ways beyond what we can predict right now,” says CEO Alex Wright-Gladstein of Ayar Labs, a CITRIS Foundry company.

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