T-ray madness: Scientists score wireless data record
Researchers discover the 'anternet'
(Phys.org)—On the surface, ants and the Internet don't seem to have much in common. But two Stanford researchers have discovered that a species of harvester ants determine how many foragers to send out ...
NTT researchers develop breakthrough optical memory device
Antonov creates a 3-speed transmission for electric cars
New distance record for 400 Gb/s data transmission
As network carriers debate the next Ethernet standard—and whether transmission speeds of 400 gigabit per second or 1 terabit per second should be the norm—engineers are working on new measures to squeeze ...
Integrated silicon optical transmitter to carry large volumes of data between CPUs
Fujitsu Laboratories Limited today announced the development of an integrated silicon optical transmitter for use in an optical transceiver, which is essential for enabling large volumes of data to be transmitted ...
Japanese Researchers Achieve World's First 25Gbps Data Communication Using Quantum Dot Laser
Fujitsu and the University of Tokyo today announced the world's first quantum dot laser -based 25 Gbps high-speed data transmission.
Fujitsu Announces World's First Operation of 100W-Class Amplifiers Employing Carbon Nanotubes
Fujitsu Laboratories today announced that, using carbon nanotubes as heat-dissipation material in amplifier transistors, Fujitsu has become the first to achieve the successful operation of high-frequency, ...
Verizon Wireless Plans to Offer 4G Capability Next Year
Bouncing signals off ceiling can rev up data centers
Meeting the future demand for high-quality, high-capacity Internet
(Phys.org)—Could you use a broadband service that is two thousand times faster, but costs you the same? A revolutionary "future-proof" technology, first proposed by Bangor University, is the front-runner in satisfying future ...
Engineers using quantum nature of light to boost Internet security
Michael Vasilyev's goals in his research are simply stated: increase by tenfold the amount of information that can be securely transmitted via the Internet and the distance over which that data can be transmitted.
Australia Outback could soon get web via TV aerial
The humble old rooftop TV aerial could bring superfast Internet to even the most remote shack in the Australian Outback and help solve the problem of how to connect isolated communities across the globe.
Breakthrough for mobile television
Long Term Evolution, the new mobile telecommunications standard, will revolutionize mobile Internet. High transmission rates will soon be possible on mobile devices. For this purpose Fraunhofer researchers at HHI Berlin, ...