MIT: Graphene photodetectors move data faster

10/2/2013 | MIT Technology Review online

Photodetectors made with graphene offer potential advantages over germanium-based photodetectors in improving the interconnections of servers in data centers and other applications, says Dirk Englund, professor of electrical engineering and computer science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The development of graphene as a photodetector material currently lags behind that of germanium, however, Mike Orcutt writes.

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