World Fastest Internet Data Speed Achieved by Australian Scientist

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The Internet today can be described as an innovation that caters to the needs of millions of people around the world. Internet is helping to get old information and much new information that may seem new today. There is a tremendous amount of information on the Internet that makes it impossible to send and receive information;

We see the Internet increasing use of YouTube, Movies and Social media among young people and can read news, watch pictures, listen to songs, share information, entertain, and increase knowledge on the internet.

The Internet is growing to such an extent. With the growing smartphone business, the number of Internet users in India is increasing. Many small countries having high speed internet connection compare to other big countries. When new infrastructure and technology added, internet also speeds up.

Currently, Singapore is the nation with the fastest broadband download speeds. Internet speeds in this country are 153.85 Mbps. This is more than double that of the United States, which has broadband download speeds of 75.94 Mbps.

Some of top 5 counties with high internet speed

* Speed is in megabits per second. Speed is for downloading.

Country Broadband Speed  Mobile Speed
Singapore               191.93 50.43
South Korea               156.18 97.44
Taiwan               151.75 43.66
Hong Kong              151.02 31.24
Romania              130.79 36.68

World Fastest Internet Data Speed

In Australia scientist achieved fastest internet speed recorded a data speed of 44.2 Terabits per second (Tbps) from a single light source by attaching their new device to existing fiber-optic technology.

Bill Corcoran from Monash University in Australia Says,
  • Achieved by attaching their new device to existing fibre-optic technology, like the one used in broadband internet network.
  • Micro-comb chips, they have become an enormously important field of research.
  • Recorded a data speed of 44.2 Terabits per second (Tbps) from a single light source.
  • 1000 HD movies downloaded in a second.
  • The data can be used for self-driving cars and future transportation, and it can help the medicine, education, finance and e-commerce industries, as well.

Mohan Subramanian

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