Posts Tagged ‘science’

New Developments in 3D Printing: Blood, Drawing, and T-Rex Bones

Posted Thursday, July 3rd, 2014 by .

3D printing is always pushing to new horizons. Whether it’s in the field of medicine, technical gadgets or interactive learning, 3D printing is about creating improvements for our lives or recreating experiences as you will soon read about. Check out some of the newest developments.

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Will You Ever Have a Petabyte to Move?

Posted Wednesday, February 6th, 2013 by .

Petabit Fiber

Image: Optics.org

The short answer is no. The longer answer is probably…no.

We ask, though, because NEC and Corning researchers have developed new multi-core fibers capable of moving over a petabyte of data in a second. We had to read this paragraph a few times to get it:

Researchers from the NEC Labs in Princeton, NJ, USA, and from Corning’s Sullivan Park Research Center in Corning, NY, successfully demonstrated ultra-high speed transmission with a capacity of 1.05 petabit/s (1015 bits per second) over novel multi-core fiber that contains 12 single-mode and two few-mode cores by employing the advanced space division multiplexing scheme and optical multiple-input multiple-output signal processing technique.

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