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Article written by Adele Hars for Nanochip, powered by Applied Materials - The semiconductor industry has new drivers in automotive, Internet of Things (IoT), both high- and low power, sensors, and medical and industrial applications—which happen to be traditional European core strengths. The new CEO of French RTO Leti and other industry leaders and analysts see this as a golden opportunity.

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Realizing that opportunity is where you find it, Kaiam says it has stockpiled a “strategic reserve” of optical transceivers to serve U.S. and European data center customers who might find their supplies cut off if a trade war erupts between the U.S. and China. Since the company’s transceivers aren’t made in China, unlike several of its competitors, Kaiam believes it is in position to offer an alternative source of modules should trade tensions between China and the U.S. erode to the point that exports are curtailed.

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German data center builder and operator Datacenter One will use the ADVA FSP 3000 with ConnectGuard encryption capabilities in a secure data center interconnect application for one of its major financial clients, according to the systems house. The packet-optical transport platform will provide secure 100-Gbps Carrier Ethernet and Fibre Channel transmission between the fianancial company’s main data centers leveraging Layer 1 encryption.

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An article written by Mike Rosa, Applied Materials for Nanochip newsletter - Did you think chip making on 150mm wafers was a thing of the past? Think again. Many of the megatrends shaping our collective futures—mobility, autonomous driving and electric vehicles, 5G wireless communications, augmented- and virtual reality (AR/VR), and healthcare—depend on innovations created on the 150mm wafer size.

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Company's first Terminal Doppler Lidar delivery in Europe will support strategy to expand global sales to 2.5 billion yen by March 2021. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced that it has been awarded a contract by Météo-France, the national meteorological service in France, to supply a Terminal Doppler Lidar system (DIABREZZATM A Series) for use at Nice Côte d'Azur Airport, France's second-busiest international airport, which handled 13.3 million passengers in 2017. Mitsubishi Electric will supply its first Terminal Doppler Lidar in Europe with this order.

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Why are we so infatuated with data center interconnect, or DCI? Sure, it’s the application most responsible for recent growth in optical spending. And yes, it flows from two of the great megatrends shaping the networking world – digital content delivery and enterprise cloud IT. It also doesn’t hurt that some of its most notable practitioners are names we see every day on our TVs, laptops, and mobile devices.

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