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History and Future of Photonics Alignment Automation, Test & Assembly of SiP Components

Author: Scott Jordan
Sunday, October 01, 2017
Since first securely linking computers 40 years ago, optical fibers were broadly adopted in smaller and smaller applications over time to the most recent application as a data link from one chip to another. The diminishing of scale is also seen in research and industrial laboratories with a goal to eliminate copper as the default interconnect as fiber promises bounties of capacity, throughput, parallelism, scalability, and energy savings. The semiconductor industry is the most recent fiber adapter.
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