NTT, Intel and Hynix hook up on photonics
The Japanese government is putting up $305 million to support the i initiative.
‘We hope, by enabling faster communications and realising reduced power consumption, it will be a game changer in the future,” said Ken Saito, Japan’s minister of economy, trade and industry.
The aim is to have a production facility capable of producing Tbit/s ICs with 30-40% less power consumption than silicon ICs in fiscal 2027.
Intel is in increasingly requiring photonics expertise for its Foveros packaging technology
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