The world’s fastest internet speed of 44.2 Terabits per second


Researchers in Australia, several universities have managed to hit the world’s highest internet speed of 44.2 Tb/ps. At this rate, it has been said that you can use to download 1000 high-definition movies in a blink of an eye. Also, Read in Honor of the bets made on Internet of Things and presents us with 11 new products for the smart home

The test was done by researchers from Monash, Swinburne and RMIT universities. This speed was achieved with the use of a single optical chip. As the study says, during peak times, the speed of the internet, this rate is accessible to the public for more than 1.8 million homes in Melbourne, australia. In addition to this, millions of people all over the world. You can also read – in the Rural areas of India, and now has 227 million internet users, 22 million more than in the urban areas: Report

The research team led by Dr. Bill Corcoran (Monash), Professor, Editor Mitchell from RMIT, and David Moss, of Swinburne. The team is of the opinion that it is their breakthrough in internet speed can help with the advancement of technology. High-speed internet access bandwidth that it can be a catalyst for the development of an effective self-driving car solutions, as well as to build a robust digital education network. Also, Read the Internet speed in India is reduced as a result of the increase in its use, it appears Ookla Speedtest

“At the moment, We’re getting a sneak-peak of how the infrastructure of the internet, it will keep for two to three years, due to the unprecedented number of people now use the internet for the remote to work, socialize, and stream, Dr. Bill Corcoran, Lecturer in Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering, Monash University, said release.

The Testing of this magnitude has been limited to the laboratory, but it has the unique feature of this performance. “This test has been carried out with the help of the existing communications infrastructure. The researchers were able to load test the network, the group said.

A behind-the-scenes

In order to accomplish this feat, the researchers have installed a “76.6 km of dark optical fibre between the RMIT Melbourne City Campus and Monash University’s Clayton Campus. The optical fibers are provided through Australia’s Academic Research Network,” it noted.

She went on to explain the test methodology. The group is using a new device to replace the 80 lasers is a solid piece of equipment known as a micro-bridge, which is smaller and lighter than the current telecommunications hardware. It had been planted, and the load are tested, using the existing infrastructure that mirrors that used by the National Broadband Network (NBN).”

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Internet speeds are always subject to real-time parameters. And, with an excessive use of the network for the past few months, this test allows the good old internet to keep themselves at all times.


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