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Introduction to Networking and Nanotechnology

There are 25,400,000 nanometers in 1 inch. The thickness of a sheet of newspaper is somewhere about 100,000 nanometers. If a marble were a nanometer, one meter would be the size of our planet.

We wanted to give you some interesting facts before we introduce you to nanotechnology. And it’s not difficult to make the connection – nanotechnology is the study and application of small things and can be used across other science fields, such as physics, biology, chemistry, engineering, and materials science.


The first idea behind nanotechnology and nanoscience was presented in 1959. Richard Feynman, a known theoretical physicist, gave a talk “There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom,” at an American Physical Society meeting. Here, Feynman described how scientists would be able to control and manipulate atoms and molecules. The term “nanotechnology” was coined by professor Norio Taniguchi over a decade later.

Thanks to nanotechnology, we were able to develop small devices with only, one to a few hundred nanometers. It is expected that networks of nanodevices will be a crucial component of every field of the human society. A nanonetwork is composed of nanoscale communicating devices and sensors that facilitate communication at the nanoscale.

Applications in Networking

Wireless Technology

Nanotechnology will radically change the telecommunication enterprise. When compared to previous traditional technologies, nanotechnology will have a more significant effect due to the perfection in security, and operation of both core and cellular network. The Nanotechnology concept may be implemented in mobile device development to assist in embedding the nanodevices inside human environments (public places, home, and workplace) to create a new platform for computing, sensing, and communicating.

IoT (Internet of Things)

Internet of Things is the arrangement of things that include equipment, network system, sensors, and programming, enabling data exchange between the executive and other related objects. Nano biochips can be used to pass the information or data to the general population, to the machines, or among themselves. They are self-learning and upgrade themselves each time they play out their mission. Nano Intelligent Things can interact with devices or people in an efficient manner, can connect with the Internet and other Nano applications and systems, and can be controlled from a distance.

Wireless and Mobile Nanodevices

Portable devices for sensing and calculation are already a significant dream of remote businesses. It’s a way for it to surround itself with non-stop available knowledge. These devices can be attached to the office, home, and open spots. Devices need to be implanted into physical objects and be adjusted to the surrounding, to become a part of the system of encompassing Nanodevices (an organic framework.) Nanosensors and devices that can communicate with these organic frameworks can be created along with the development of nanotechnology.

Nano-Networks and Communication

Nanomachines rely on nanometer-scale parts that can convey, process information, detect, or activate another system. The most basic way to interconnect these devices is through electromagnetic waves that propagate low loss wirelessly. Nanomachines need to have Nanoantennas for high frequencies. Another type of communication between them is called Molecular Communication – the transmission and reception of data encoded in molecules.

Nanotechnology is believed to be the next industrial revolution which may give a sea of possibilities that exceed our current expectations in many science fields. In networking, nanotechnology could provide solutions for human-machine interaction, memory enlargement, sensing, and power-efficient computing. Titanium Cobra Engineers are always in line with the current Networking and Nanotechnology tech trends and successfully apply those best practices onto each of our clients’ solutions.

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