NewsResearchers develop high-speed, low-power silicon-germanium
chips for cloud computing

9th July 2020by admin0
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Researchers at the Centre de Nanosciences et de
Nanotechnologies, in cooperation with CEA LETI and
STMicroelectronics, have demonstrated a power-efficient and
high-speed silicon-germanium avalanche photo receiver. The device
is fully compatible with accessible semiconductor technology and
fiber-optic links operated at telecom waveband
standard.

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