Australian Researchers proved that internet speeds could exceed expectations beyond what anybody thought. This follows after the team recorded the fastest internet data speed in historical records. Individuals from RMIT, Swinburne, and Monash Universities combined their intelligence to exceed the capabilities of internet speeds. The result was a data speed clocked at 44.2 Terabits Per Second.
Obtaining these speeds with conventional internet users won’t ever be possible. Data Terabits are meant for extensive research in association with artificial intelligence. The hope is to create new technologies, medical advancements, or breakthroughs in the understanding of our cosmos. Still, it’s incredible to think that at 44.2 Terabits Per Second, 1000+ HD Movies could be downloaded in a blink of your eyes. Even notable entrepreneurs like Bill Gates are shocked by this advancement.
It should be noted that the average broadband speeds in the United Kingdom don’t exceed past 64 Megabits Per Second. This is less than 1% of the 44.2 Terabits Per Second seen by these Australian Researchers. Most aren’t aware, but Australia holds a global advantage over internet speeds, with their geographic location allowing connections to better traverse between the empty landscape. Their ranked 1% in conventional internet speeds. It’s for this reason that the Australian Researchers could use a specialized device that allows for enhanced rates.
Eighty lasers were used to create a “Micro-Comb”, which creates a secondary infrastructure on the National Broadband Network. Holding a consistent connection with the Micro-Comb, connections bounced back from each other in a single optical chip. It created a modernized fibre-option broadband system that saw the world’s faster internet speeds to date.
Internet connections at 44.2 Terabits Per Second worldwide would drastically alter our lifestyles. These Australian researchers theorize that with the correct science, matter itself could be transferred with internet speeds slightly higher than what they achieved in early May. Industries like healthcare, transportation, astronomy, and food production could all be enhanced via these record speeds. Obtaining this goal won’t be possible for decades to come, with most telecommunication enhancements taking 5+ years for providers to install. Implementing this rate of speed would take 25+ with their current technologies.