RIT professor receives National Science Foundation grant to improve on-chip networks with wireless technology

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RIT professor receives National Science Foundation grant to improve on-chip networks with wireless technology

Description (Rochester Institute of Technology) Amlan Ganguly, an assistant professor of computer engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology, is part of the team that received an $800,000 grant from the National Science Foundation. He will be working to develop the new infrastructure that could increase the speed and reduce the power usage in today's computer processors, augmenting the on-chip network of miniature copper wires with wireless interconnects.
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