Integrated Photonics for Low-Power Packet Networking


Communications interconnects and networks will continue to play a large role in contributing to the global carbon footprint, especially in data center and cloud-computing applications exponential growth in capacity. Key to maximizing the benefits of photonics technology is highly functional, lower power, and large-scale photonics integration. In this paper… (More)


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@article{Blumenthal2011IntegratedPF, title={Integrated Photonics for Low-Power Packet Networking}, author={D. J. Blumenthal and Joanna C Barton and Nima Beheshti and John E. Bowers and Emily F. Burmeister and Larry A. Coldren and Mathew Dummer and Garrett Epps and Alexander W. Fang and Yashar Ganjali and J Vicente Garc{\'i}a and Brian R. Koch and Vikrant Lal and Erica Lively and John P. Mack and Milan Masx030Canovicx0301 and Neil McKeown and Kimchau N. Nguyen and Steven C. Nicholes and Hyundai Park and Biljana Stameni{\'c} and Anna Tauke-Pedretti and H. N. Poulsen and Matthew N. Sysak}, journal={IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics}, year={2011}, volume={17}, pages={458-471} }