KAUST researchers have announced new findings that point to improved surface passivation of perovskite nanocrystals through the use of IDA molecules for greater stability as well as improved optical and electrical properties, making them potentially more useful for optoelectronic devices.
figure shows a correlation between the introduction of first switching silicon
and early shipments of Ethernet optical transceivers with 2 km reach (popular
in datacenters.) The forecast for 400GbE is the solid green line. The dashed green
line shows what researchers consider a very unlikely scenario in which 400GbE shipments retrace early
shipments of 40GbE (with a 6 year delay).