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IBM’s speedy graphene chip could lead to super-efficient mobile devices

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Jan
2014

Chips with graphene inside are theoretically quicker than plain silicon designs, but theyve been slow in practice; the manufacturing process often damages the graphene, stripping away its speed advantage. That wont be a big problem with IBMs prototype radio receiver, though. The company inserted graphene transistors into the new chip only after it finished assembling the mostly silicon design, keeping the more exotic material intact.

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