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Peter Clarke
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re: Deutsche Telekom gets in on optical chip startup
Peter Clarke   11/29/2011 2:48:08 PM
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@t.alex You could try approaching the company via the website. There is nothing about the technology there so they would probably only discuss it with you if they could see a benefit for the company AND under NDA. The building of waveguides in silicon with electro-optic control is known since the days of Bookham. inserting photonic generators is a more difficult.

t.alex
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re: Deutsche Telekom gets in on optical chip startup
t.alex   11/29/2011 2:05:50 PM
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Where to find more information of this technology?



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