Ultra-narrow linewidth, ultra-stable lasers, the heart of precision high-end scientific systems, are making the leap from the laboratory to compact photonic integrated circuits. A new class of integrated stimulated Brillouin scattering laser will be described and application to chip-scale systems including data center communications, atomic clocks, optical gyros and microwave synthesis.

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