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Siberian Scientists Grew Diamond Crystals for Photon Computer
30.12.2015 22:25
Siberian Scientists Grew Diamond Crystals for Photon Computer

Russian experts have carried out an  unprecedented experiment at the Geology Institute in Novosibirsk.

      "We have adapted a unique technology of growing diamond crystals with defective centers of germanium character. It is very important for material of new generation computers with the so-called photon computing systems", - the experts reported.

      The main advantage of such computers is their high efficiency. Electrons are replaced with light quanta in such computers. They will be able to process information up to ten times faster than it is possible in the present.

      The scientists working on the project assume that the architecture of new devices will be made in the Academy of Sciences in Novosibirsk.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Photon Computers Crystals Novosibirsk   

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