EU-funded researchers develop new photonic chips that could transform how online data is sent and stored

EU-funded researchers have developed new silicon chips that offer increased bandwidth and will help businesses cut operational costs in the era of big data.

A key potential end user of these chips, developed through the EU-funded IRIS project, will be data centre operators. Data centres house computer systems and associated components such as telecommunications and storage systems that ensure the smooth running of businesses. Companies increasingly rely on their information systems to run operations. Continue reading “EU-funded researchers develop new photonic chips that could transform how online data is sent and stored”