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Silicon carbide makes devices smaller, faster

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• GE will lead new electronics consortium. • State leaders admit they don’t know nano from ‘na-nu’. The goal of the New York Power Electronics Manufacturing Consortium is to develop next-generation technology that will make devices smaller, faster and more efficient. General Electric, GlobalFoundries, the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering and other businesses are teaming to develop more advanced power electronics. How will they do that? Silicon carbide. Silicon carbide power semiconductor devices operate ...

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