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The Switch Made From a Single Molecule
Researchers have demonstrated a switch, analogous to a transistor, made from a single molecule called fullerene. By using a carefully tuned laser pulse, the researchers are able to use fullerene to switch the path of an incoming electron in a predictable way. This switching process can be three to six orders of magnitude faster than switches in microchips, depending on the laser pulses used. Fullerene switches in a network could produce a computer beyond what is possible with electronic transistors, and they could also lead to unprecedented levels of resolution in microscopic imaging devices.
EchoStar Starts Construction of its Global S-band Mobile Satellite Service Network
Echostar procures satellites and plans Australian operations for new Low Earth Orbit constellation to power connectivity for smart devices.
OPTAGE Builds Its Fifth Data Center in Osaka, Japan
OPTAGE, Inc. today announced to build its Fifth Data Center ‘OPTAGE Sonezaki Data Center’ in Osaka, Japan.
New Year, New Stallion High-Res Display System
The new Stallion High-Res Display System consists of 18 65-inch Samsung 8K QLED monitors, increasing the resolution from 328 megapixels to 597 megapixels.