Silicon Photonics: Fueling the Next Information Revolution

Download Silicon Photonics: Fueling the Next Information Revolution written by Daryl Inniss, Roy Rubenstein in PDF format. This book is under the category Communication and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 128029757/9780128029756. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.


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Daryl Inniss, Roy Rubenstein


Morgan Kaufmann




207 pages









Book Description

Silicon photonics uses chip-making techniques to fabricate photonic circuits. The emerging technology is coming to market at a time of momentous change. The need of the Internet content providers to keep scaling their data centers is becoming increasingly challenging; the chip industry is facing a future without Moore’s law; while telcos must contend with a looming capacity crunch due to continual traffic growth. Each of these developments is significant in its own right. Collectively; they require new thinking in the design of chips; optical components; and systems. Such change also signals new business opportunities and disruption.

Notwithstanding challenges; silicon photonics’ emergence is timely because it is the future of several industries. For the optical industry; technology will allow designs to be tackled in new ways. For the chip industry; silicon photonics will become the way of scaling post Moore’s law. New system architectures enabled by silicon photonics will improve large-scale computing and optical communications.

Silicon Photonics: Fueling the Next Information Revolution (PDF) outlines the history and status of silicon photonics. The ebook discusses the trends driving the datacom and telecom industries; the main but not the only markets for silicon photonics. In particular; developments in optical transport and the data center are discussed as are the challenges. The ebook details the many roles silicon photonics will play; from wide area networks down to the chip level. Silicon photonics is set to change the optical components and chip industries; this ebook; Silicon Photonics: Fueling the Next Information Revolution explains how.

  • Captures the latest research assessing silicon photonics development and prospects
  • Explores potential applications of SiP; including data centers; servers; and Internet of Things
  • Demonstrates how silicon photonics addresses the challenges of managing bandwidth over distance and within systems

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