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Intel researchers have investigated their way to a prototype that eventually could replace kobbererledninger in computers with fiber optics.

According to Intel the computer can communicate internally at speeds of 50 gigabits per second with the new system. An entire HD movie could be transmitted every second, according to the researchers.

In addition, the technology is that data can be moved over longer distances than the copper can.

- A breakthrough
Intel CTO Justin Rattner refer to it as a breakthrough, since copper has begun to be a weak link in data systems. There are piles of data to be transferred at any time, and to transmit data over copper wires at 10 gigabits per second or more is becoming a challenge. Although data can be transmitted through copper wires in the speed, it is only within certain distances.

- Optical connection solves the problem by allowing data to be transferred in faster speeds and over greater distances, Rattner said at a conference where the technology was discussed this week, writes Computer World news service.

- Photonic transfer gives us the ability to transfer large amounts of data across the room in a cost effective manner.

Rattner notes that the technology could potentially increase the speed of data transmission in PCs or handheld devices, where movies can be downloaded faster. But first and foremost, he believes the technology is perfect for data centers.

In the long term
Lasers are already used in devices such as DVD players and also for remote distance communication. But laser technology can be expensive, and Intel will take the technology down to a low-cost plan in which it can be integrated into everyday devices, according to Rattner. The company hopes to raise the rate of one per second terrabit as the number of channels increased to improve the transfer.

Intel has proven that they can piece together the pieces. The next step is to implement it in pieces and mass produce it. The technology could be ready for the market around 2015.

- The technology is not integrated into the kretsnivå in the short term, but can replace the copper wires that connect the processor to memory, for example, says Mario Paniccia of Intel.

USB replaces the time
Rattner said Intel will first ensure they have the ability to manufacture technology in large scale, and that they will ask business questions about the market opportunities that are attractive to Intel.

The technology has assumed in previous research from Intel about devices that radiate, manipulate, combine, separate and update light. The link includes a transmission chip on your PC's motherboard that sets up four fiber optic channels on a fiber and a receiver that receives the light, split up the signals and converts light into electrical data.

Intel is already working with a new fiber connection for linking up external storage devices, mobile devices and screens up to 100 meters away. They call it the Light Peak and delivery rate of 10 gigabits per second. Intel Light Peak as a potential replacement for the USB.
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Cool find, I remember reading a long time ago that light would probably be used in processors someday! I hope this happens decently soon!
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It's called Lightpeak and it's been in developement for a while now...

http://techresearch.intel.com/Projec...ls.aspx?Id=143
 
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Interesting. Found an other find, posted in the hardware section..... 1000 core prossessor....
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Intel researchers have investigated their way to a prototype that eventually could replace kobbererledninger in computers with fiber optics.
There's a kobbererledninger in my computer. Don't want kobbererledningers in my computer.
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what their light technology, actually they opted to use copper for it.
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