23 January 1997 Commercialization issues and funding opportunities for high-performance optoelectronic computing modules
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Low power, optoelectronic integrated circuits are being developed for high speed switching and data processing applications. These high performance optoelectronic computing modules consist of three primary components: vertical cavity surface emitting lasers, diffractive optical interconnect elements, and detector/amplifier/laser driver arrays. Following the design and fabrication of an HPOC module prototype, selected commercial funding sources will be evaluated to support a product development stage. These include the formation of a strategic alliance with one or more microprocessor or telecommunications vendors, and/or equity investment from one or more venture capital firms.
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John M. Hessenbruch, Peter S. Guilfoyle, "Commercialization issues and funding opportunities for high-performance optoelectronic computing modules", Proc. SPIE 2997, Integrated Optics Devices: Potential for Commercialization, (23 January 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.264143; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.264143
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