Mitsubishi creates first ever Sea-water Antenna
Have you ever heard about an antenna made out of a sea water? Well now it is there.
Mitsubishi has created the world’s first sea water antenna called as Sea Aerial, which is capable of receiving digital terrestrial broadcasts for normal viewing.
SeaAerial works by shooting a column of sea water into the air while creating a conductive feather for the transmission and reception of radio-frequency waves. Click here to read the full article.
Microsoft relies on water for storing data
For making their datacentres more sustainable, speeding data transmission and cloud deployment, For the first time Microsoft researchers put a datacenter under sea.
“One of the biggest advantages of the underwater datacenter scheme is reducing latency by closing the distance to populations and thereby speeding data transmission. Half of the world’s population lives within 120 miles of the sea, which makes it an appealing option”, said Microsoft. Click here to read the full article. Click here to read the full article.
World’s lowest power-consuming transceiver hits 56 Gbps
Socionext and Fujitsu announced that they have developed the world’s lowest power-consuming transceiver circuit that achieves communications speed of 56 Gbps between semiconductor chips used in servers and switches, and optical modules.
Both the company plans to use the technology in interface components between optical modules and the chips of servers and switches, aiming for commercialization in fiscal 2018. Click here to read the full article.