22.25 Terabyte per second, new world speed record

178 terabits per second: Imagine being able to download your entire Netflix library in less than a second.

We will not see such connections on the market any time soon, but it is a record for the fastest internet speed in the world. That is 178.000.000 megabits per second or 178 terabits per second, or 22.25 Terabytes.

The fastest speed available to consumers is today 10Gbps in . Even the link developed by the United States Energy Science Network reaches 400Gbps.

KDDI Research engineers, from University College ανέπτυξαν νέες τεχνολογίες για να περάσουν περισσότερα μέσω της υπάρχουσας εγκατάστασης οπτικών ινών. Το μεγαλύτερο μέγεθος από την τρέχουσα υποδομή έφτασε τα 4,5THz, ενώ ορισμένες νέες τεχνολογίες το αύξησαν στα 9THz. Αυτό το νέο σύστημα που αναφέρουμε παραπάνω το raises at 16,8THz.

The wider bandwidth is a result of the new Geometric Shaping (GS). In order to fit more information without interference, these signal combination patterns change the brightness, phase and polarization of the wavelengths. The hybrid system is the result of different combinations of existing amplification technologies.

The installation uses the existing fiber optic setup, and the integration of this new one would be relatively easier and cheaper compared to other experimental research in this field. Work would only be needed to upgrade the amps, no cables needed to be replaced.

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  1. Good evening, I read you and I find your material interesting.
    Ask a stupid question?
    For us ordinary users who may find such speed useful?

    • we do not need such speeds at least at the moment, but in the future no one knows in what resolution we will be able to watch streaming

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