4.5 million times faster internet

Faster Internet speeds just got 4.5 million times faster 


Faster Internet


Scientists have set a new world record for Faster Internet speed, which is 45 million times faster than current broadband speeds (faster internet). An international team, including scientists from Aston University in Birmingham, set a new record by running the Faster Internet at a speed of 301 terabits per second using commonly used optical fiber. The scientists achieved this record data transfer speed by developing a new optical processing device, which opened the way to new wavelength bands not previously used in fiber optic systems.

Dr. Iain Phillips from Aston University said the data was sent through an existing internet connection in the home or office, such as optical fiber. However, the researchers found commercially available c. And L. Two additional spectral bands with bands e. Bend and S. Used the band. These bands are not traditionally required because c. And L. Bands cater to consumer demand.