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Enterprise Mobility: Mobile Productivity Meets Enterprise Security

Find out how enterprise mobility increases productivity. Start by learning the fundamentals and planning for the right technology solution.

Data Center Disaggregation at Open Compute Project 2014

Arista’s Andy Bechtolsheim joins Intel’s Justin Rattner in a talk on photonic-based data center disaggregation and engineering samples.

Silicon Shines on with Silicon Lasers

Discusses research behind advances in silicon lasers, recently demonstrated to combine the nonlinear-optical and semiconducting properties of silicon.

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Podcast: Revolutionizing the Data Center with Silicon Photonics

Podcast: Victor Krutul discusses Intel’s decade-long work in optical communications, enabling 100 Gbps data center interconnects at lower costs.

Intel Has World’s Fastest Si-Ge Photo Detector

Bit-tech reports on Intel’s announcement of a silicon- and germanium-based photo detector that detects laser light signals at speeds of over 40 Gbps.

Intel’s High-Speed Optical Trinity

Ori Reshef reports on Intel’s development of the Silicon-Germanium optical detector, enabling mass production of a 3-in-1 optical communications chip.

A Record-Breaking Optical Chip Based on Silicon

Intel advances photonics research with a record-breaking optical chip based on silicon that encodes twice as much data per second as current chips.

Intel Developer Forum: The Show Begins

Rupert Goodwins describes what it is like to attend the Intel Developer Forum 2007 to witness the announcement of new devices and technologies.

High-Speed 4-Channel Integrated Silicon Photonics WDM Link Demo

Reports the demonstration of a high-speed silicon photonics CWDM link that integrates optical components, electronics, and packaging technologies.

The Silicon Solution—Ordinary Chips Move Data Using Light

Intel researchers cover the silicon solution—how common chips will move data using light rather than electrons, unleashing nearly limitless bandwidth.