"Speedy, Secure, Sustainable — That's the Future of Telecom"

A new study led by University of Maryland (UMD) researchers, in collaboration with researchers at the US Department of Energy's (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory, has discovered technologies that could enable energy-efficient information processing and sophisticated data security. The study found advanced information processing technologies that could provide millions with greener telecommunications and stronger data security. A new device that can process information with a small amount of light could enable more energy-efficient and secure communications. This article continues to discuss the study "Giant Optical Nonlinearity of Fermi Polarons in Atomically Thin Semiconductors."

Brookhaven National Laboratory reports "Speedy, Secure, Sustainable — That's the Future of Telecom"

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