Huawei Technologies, China Mobile, and China Education and Research Network (Cernet) have together demonstrated the world’s fastest internet network that can transmit data at the incredible speed of 1.2 Tbps (1,200 Gbps). As per South China Morning Post (SCMP), the companies collaborated with Tsinghua University and built over 3,000 kilometers of network of optical fiber system linking Beijing, Wuhan, and Guangzhou.
To put this into perspective, most households can have a maximum speed of 1 Gbps. Also, very few consumers have access to this premium fiber internet. The 1.2 Tbps internet is 1200 times faster. With this connection, you can download games, videos, and large files of 100 GBs in a few seconds. However, the consumer rollout of this speed is not certain. Well, Nepal already has a 2 Gbps internet courtesy of Vianet Communication. At the same time, WorldLink, Classic Tech, and Nepal Telecom (NTC) have launched gigabit internet for their customers.
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The 1.2 Tbps speed is conspicuously higher speed than what exists in the world. At present, 100 Gbps is the most common highest speed found among major markets.
The 1.2 Tbps speed is expected to uplift China’s Future Internet Technology Infrastructure and Cernet. The network not only surpassed all the previous benchmarks but was also “stable and reliable” in performance.
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150 HD films can be downloaded in one second
Describing how fast the broadband internet network is Huawei Technologies vice-president Wang Lei said that the network is ”capable of transferring the data equivalent of 150 high-definition films in just one second”, wrote South China Morning Post.
As noted above, the world’s backbone network runs at the speed of 100 Gbps. Compared to this, the US has just shifted to the fifth-generation internet network operating at 400 Gbps. Also read: Jio demonstrates India’s first-ever giga fiber satellite internet service with MEO constellation
Wu Jianping, the project head of FITI from the Chinese Academy of Engineering said that the benchmark test was not just successful, but it also shed input into building a faster internet network.
Tsinghua University said that the ultra-high-speed “industry-first” project used only domestic technology.
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