Sony to simplify inner-phone cabling, replacing multiple cables with single copper wire

Have you ever cracked open a cell phone? If you have, chances are that you have seen all the cabling involved on the inside: Specific ribbon cables and wires, all responsible for any assortment of data transmission, from display to sound and everything in between.

Now, Sony is looking to simplify your phone’s guts by replacing all of that with a single copper wire, that they state will not only handle all that information through that single pipe, but will transmit the information at 940Mbps. As phones become thinner and more transportable, you can bet that this type of technology will play a huge role in new device development and manufacturing.

[via Sony]

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