The impending saturation of Moore’s Law, due to the lack of bandwidth capacity of global metal wires, might be delayed with optical interconnects in a multi-scale architecture combining micro-optical lenses and prisms with a macro-optical curved mirror. Steps taken toward demonstrating multi-scale optical interconnects for intrachip global communications are discussed.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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