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IBM slows flow of light to accelerate silicon chips
Yorktown Heights (NY) - IBM researchers announced that they have developed a device that is capable of delaying the flow of light on a silicon chip, which is considered a critical milestone in creating silicon chips that leverage optical communications to achieve better performance.
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