Oxford researchers create the world's first ultra-fast, polarisation-based photonic chip

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Oxford researchers create the world's first ultra-fast, polarisation-based photonic chip. Image Credit: Oxford University
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Oxford researchers create the world's first ultra-fast, polarisation-based photonic chip. Image Credit: Oxford University

The new chip is said to be 300 times faster and denser than present electronic chips

Researchers from the University of Oxford claim to have developed an ultrafast computing chip that maximises information storage density and processing performance by using distinct polarisations o...

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