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    Default Intel announces silicon photonics breakthrough

    Is this the future of I/O connectivity????but who will develop it????????????
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    Enough chatiing intel has developed a I/O connectivity that can transfer data at whooping 50gbps......yes ur reading right 50 (gigabyte per second).More exciting still, Intel expects to be able to manufacture the components cheaply enough to make them a staple of both consumer and server I/O by the middle of the decade.


    u can see more at-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0U4Af...layer_embedded

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    Default Re: Intel announces silicon photonics breakthrough

    50 gigabytes or gigabits?
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    Default Re: Intel announces silicon photonics breakthrough

    I don't know actually is it gigabyte or gigabit?which is right then?
    i have googled and find this-http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/G/Gbps.html
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    50 gigabytes or gigabits?

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    Default Re: Intel announces silicon photonics breakthrough

    Its from your link
    (1) When spelled Gbps, short for Gigabits per second, a data transfer speed measurement for high-speed networks such as Gigabit Ethernet. When used to describe data transfer rates, a gigabit equals 1,000,000,000 bits.
    (2) When spelled GBps, short for Gigabytes per second.
    Even for optical fiber, 50GBps looks pretty excessive, (the transmitter and the receiver wont be able to handle so much in a miniature form), it may not impossible, but surely unnecessary, because after having that much I/O BW, now you need to think of, actually how much of it your chip can actually utilize.
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    Default Re: Intel announces silicon photonics breakthrough

    yap bro u have a point there........let see what Intel do in the future..............

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    Default Re: Intel announces silicon photonics breakthrough

    Dara transmits are always stated in gigabit per second, this is no exception.

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    Default Re: Intel announces silicon photonics breakthrough

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