New supercomputers to use silicone implants

ERJ staff report (PRW)

Midland, Michigan – The next generation of supercomputers will use silicone waveguides rather than traditional circuitry to transmit data, according scientists from Dow Corning Electronic and IBM as reported by PRW.

The team has developed a flexible silicone that can be implanted into printed circuits instead of copper, which is not only cheaper than traditional metal components but is also more efficient.

“Optical waveguides made from Dow Corning’s silicone polymer technology offer customers revolutionary new options for transmitting data substantially faster, and with lower…

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