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Indium Phosphide Membrane Photonics on Silicon

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Energy-efficiency, bandwidth density and speed requirements drive miniaturisation in photonics and the intimate integration with silicon technologies. IMOS - the integration of InP membranes on silicon - is an active, scalable nanophotonic platform to achieve this.

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