The recent silicon photonics avalanche photodetector announcement is an excellent example of how industry and academia, working together, can achieve breakthrough results. Combining the expertise of industry engineers and researchers with the knowledge of universities allows for greater advances.I had the opportunity to talk with Yimin Kang, senior researcher at Intel, and Han-din Liu, a student intern from University of Illinois, in the photonics lab at our Santa Clara site. Here is the video clip of Yimin and Han-din explaining potential applications of the APD.
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