Record internet speed of 44.2 tbps achieved by researchers

Record internet speed of 44.2 tbps achieved by researchers

An internet connection has been successfully developed and tested by researchers from universities of Monash, Swinburne and RMIT in Australia. A blistering speed of 44.2 terabits per second was achieved by the researchers using an internet connection based on a single optical chip.

One Watchable
One Watchable 1 weeks

Good luck wishing that was available to you.

Dave 1 weeks

Imagine all the porn I could watch with no buffering! O.o

Ryszmarine 1 weeks

In Australia of all places.

critter 1 weeks

Great.... The faster the internet gets, the quicker gullible people can be fooled with fake news and propaganda. Rich, dishonest actors will get this first and we won't be able to keep up. 🤦‍♀️

Qin 1 weeks

@Watchable It is, but not all. No HD or ssd is quick enough. But it will help with congestion that would up your ping during say pvp matches.

Scott in FLorida
Scott in FLorida 1 weeks

Yet this is still not the proper amount to transfer the amount of data that would be required to move ther DNC server hack data to russia. RIP Seth Rich

Mark Nambo
Mark Nambo 1 weeks

Back in the day we had to ring somebody's doorbell or mail them a letter. Nowadays we always want faster internet as if what we have is not good enough. Would you trade modern times for the pre internet days? Some say yes; those of course that lived during those times.

The Oracle8191
The Oracle8191 1 weeks

World of Warcraft raids gonna be on fire 😁

Alexander 1 weeks

5G conspiracies: I'm gonna stop you right there

Jane 1 weeks

This wont be available to John Q. Public for decades.

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