S-SEEDSymmetric Self-Electro-Optic Effect Device
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In a separate project, Hinton, one of the S-SEED inventors, is using the chips to make a telephone switching machine compatible with fiber optics.
The S-SEEDs have found many uses, both inside and outside Bell Labs.
Each S-SEED can switch on or off in less than a billionth of a second when illuminated by a low-power beam of light.
The monitor displays a microscopic view of the S-SEEDs that are used as logic gates in the processor.