SCHOTT manufactured an extremely curved secondary mirror substrate made of ZERODUR® glass-ceramic in Mainz, Germany, for the ESO´s Extremely Large Telescope
Technology magazine “solutions” highlights the role glass plays in digitization
Digitalization has rapidly infiltrated nearly every area of our lives. Sophisticated communication technologies span the globe with enormously fast data networks enabling information and knowledge to be transmitted in virtually real time. But what role is glass playing here?
In fact, a digitally connected world would be inconceivable without multitalented glass. Special glasses and glass-ceramics offer reliable solutions for the latest generation of smartphones and augmented reality devices, high-speed data transmission and battery systems, digital medicine, smart kitchens and sales rooms. Experts regularly push back physical boundaries to help necessary technologies break through. How this works? Find out more in the new solutions special issue “Digitalization & Connectivity – Real Digital.”
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