GBT Tokenize receives patent for photonic chip technology
GBT Technologies, through its subsidiary, GBT Tokenize, has provided an update on its intellectual properties portfolio, including a patent for photonic integrated circuit technologies.
The company has announced that it has filed a continuation patent for its microchip reliability verification and auto-correction technology, which has been assigned the internal name Epsilon. Tokenize also said it has been granted patents for a new technology that can automatically generate reusable IP blocks for integrated circuits, and for a predictive technology for designing and manufacturing three-dimensional multi-planar circuits.
Additionally, the company has been granted a patent for photonic, 3D, multi-planar, integrated circuits (PIC) design, architecture, and manufacturing technologies. The patent application protects photonic microchip technology, added to Tokenize’s 3D, MP microchip design and manufacturing existing invention.
Tokenize says this patent adds photonic technology to the next generation of high performance, bandwidth, and efficiency of PICs, making them a vital part of the high-speed technology of the future. The patent also protects 3D, MP hybrid technology, combining photonics and conventional circuits, offering advantages of photonic circuits working together with conventional ones in a 3D multiplanar structure.
“Tokenize plans to continue developing these technologies and making it available to design firms,” said Mansour Khatib, the company’s CEO. “We believe that this technology has the potential to revolutionise the way ICs are designed.”