Innovative development potential of diamond heat sinks

The analysis of the current state of the world and Russian markets of manufacturers of diamond heat sinks is presented. The dynamics of publications and patents are discussed, the innovative potential of the development of this direction is evaluated

Keywords: innovation potential, diamond heat sink, extreme electronics, market


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