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Intel Debuts Optical Interconnect at 50G bps

Intel Debuts Optical Interconnect at 50G bps

Intel has taken the next step in its efforts to use light to speed up the transfer of data. Intel unveiled a proto-type interconnect that uses light to transmit data at up to 50G bps.

Intel engineers have created a prototype of an interconnect that uses light rather than copper wiring to speed up data transfer within a system to as fast as 50 gigabits per second.

The breakthrough is the latest step by Intel to create a light-based technology that would replace copper wiring and electrons to transmit data at significantly faster rates—company officials during a conference call July 27 with journalists talked about as fast as 400G bps—and at longer distances.

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