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'Sticky' silicon could speed data
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Written by Danrok   
Monday, 18 September 2006 16:55

From the BBC: 

Data speeds inside computers or across continents could get a boost from Intel research into hybrid processors.

Intel researchers have solved a manufacturing problem that has delayed the creation of devices that can both generate and route light.

The breakthrough could mean cheaper and higher speed computer networks and help to speed up the transfer of data inside computers.

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