Tackling growing demands for higher bandwidths, this ultrafast chip that uses light to speed up data transmission in fiber-optic networks and more. Seattle and Zurich, July 8, 2020 — In an industry first, researchers from ETH-Zurich, University of Washington (UW), and other collaborators have developed an ultrafast plasmonic chip, using light to speed up data transmission. This chip tackles … Continue reading Bandwidth Breakthrough: New Ultrafast Plasmonic Chip Integrates High-Performance Organic-Electro Optic Material
Seattle-Based Innovation Lab Launches Its Inaugural, Virtual Program; Nonlinear Materials Adds Optical Computing Technology to 5G Expansion. Seattle, WA, May 19, 2020 – Nonlinear Materials Corporation (NLM) announced today it has joined the 5G Open Innovation Lab — an ecosystem for developers, enterprises, carriers, and technology leaders — focused on helping startups utilize 5G to … Continue reading Nonlinear Materials Corporation Selected as a First Company to Join 5G Open Innovation Lab to Help Drive Early Adoption and Innovation of 5G Technology
The world economy is in crisis. This is the time to act with big visions and bold action. Gerard ZytnickiCEO, Nonlinear Materials Corporation email@example.com May 12, 2020 A long-held dream for the telecom and internet industries has been to provide “everyone, everywhere” access to high-speed connectivity and cloud computing resources. Connecting eight billion people in almost 200 countries would be the single most powerful activity we could undertake to spur economic activity in the recovery from COVID-19. Networks are at the foundation … Continue reading A Vision of Optical Computing for the World Beyond COVID-19
Nonlinear Materials Corporation selected as an honorable mention in Experimental category. New York, April 28, 2020 — The winners of Fast Company’s 2020 World Changing Ideas Awards were announced today, honoring the businesses, policies, projects, and concepts actively engaging and deeply committed to true impacts on the climate crisis, social injustice, or economic inequality. … Continue reading Nonlinear Materials Corporation Receives Honors from Fast Company’s 2020 World Changing Ideas Awards
Twenty years ago today, researchers at the University of Washington (UW), the University of Southern California, and industrial collaborators reported a breakthrough in telecommunications technology in the premier peer-reviewed journal, Science. The team, led by Prof. Larry Dalton at UW, had developed a polymer (plastic) electro-optic (EO) modulator, a device used for encoding signals for fiber optics, that exceeded the performance of standard EO modulators made with a crystalline material called Lithium Niobate.
Researchers at ETH-Zurich develop high-speed modulator using NLM HLD materials.
Our world is filling with digital devices that need to communicate with each other, and modern lifestyles mean people want to receive more data via the internet. Modulators, which convert electrical signals into the light signals necessary to cross the world in fiber optic cables, are an essential part of our communication infrastructure. ETH Zurich … Continue reading Polariton Technologies AG: The World’s Fastest and Smallest Electro-Optic Modulators
It’s taken 20 years, but executives at Seattle-based Nonlinear Materials Corp. are finally putting the pieces in place for what they say could be a revolution in electro-optical processing. Continue Reading...
UW innovation will help drive an order-of-magnitude increase in computing speed and capacity for machine learning, 5G telecommunications, blockchain and more. Continue Reading...
Researchers at the University of Washington, working with researchers from the ETH-Zurich, Purdue University and Virginia Commonwealth University, have achieved an optical communications breakthrough that could revolutionize information technology. Continue Reading...