Do you think Google Fiber is fast? Nokia for 1Tbps

Nokia Bell Labs, Deutsche Telekom T-Labs and Technical University of Munich will demonstrate a technique called Probabilistic Constellation Shaping, or PCS. The new technology has been developed to give us speeds that reach the 1Tbps blisters through fiber optic connections.

The projrct provides more dynamic push something that can do terabits πολύ σύντομα πραγματικότητα, καθώς και μια άλλη παρουσιάστηκε νωρίτερα αυτό το χρόνο από ερευνητές του University London, οι οποίοι πέτυχαν ταχύτητες που έφτασαν το 1.25Tbps.fiber-optic Nokia

To understand the size, you will be able to play the entire series of Games of Thrones in one second.

Terabit networks seem to be coming, and they're coming to meet the growing demand that doesn't seem to be met by today's speeds. with 100Gbps.

Για λόγους σύγκρισης η υπηρεσία Google Fiber στις ΗΠΑ προσφέρει at 1Gbps.

“Το Probabilistic Constellation Shaping (PCS), χρησιμοποιεί μορφές quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) για να επιτευχθεί υψηλότερη ικανότητα μετάδοσης σε ένα δεδομένο για να βελτιωθεί σημαντικά η φασματική απόδοση των οπτικών επικοινωνιών,” αναφέρει η Nokia.

At this time we do not know when we will see or if we will see this technology in real networks, although the demonstration is described as having been achieved in "real conditions".

According to Nokia Bell Labs, it is now part of it ς των δικτύων στο πλαίσιο της προετοιμασίας για το 5G, το οποίο αναμένεται να αναπτυχθεί εμπορικά από το 2020.

The new technology will be presented at the European Conference on Optical Communication (ECOC) 2016 in Dusseldorf, on September 19. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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