Australia's researchers have claimed to have achieved the world's fastest internet data speed that was enough to download a whopping 1,000 HD movies in just a split second. The device is called a micro-comb that replaces around 80 lasers found in some existing telecoms hardware.
By leveraging the use of micro-combs, the team successfully replaced 80 lasers now found in most telecommunications hardware.
He added, "Initially, these would be attractive for ultra-high speed communications between data centres". It is said that thanks to the speed obtained, thousands of movies with FULL HD can be downloaded in less than 1 second.
Dr. Bill Corcoran, co-lead author and lecturer in electrical and computer systems engineering at Monash University, said that we have now got an idea of how the infrastructure for the Internet will take hold in two to three years, as unprecedented numbers of people The Internet is used for remote work, socializing and streaming. They also believe data speeds like this can support self-driving cars, advancement in medicine, education and e-commerce industries.
For those interested in learning more about the group's achievement, visit Nature Communications and get an inside look at how the team was able to achieve such high speeds with a single chip source.
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Impressively, they've done this using standard optic fiber, both in the laboratory and on an actual network in the greater metropolitan area of Melbourne, Australia.
The Verge reported that the test fiber connection ran between RMIT's Melbourne City and Monash University's Clayton campuses. The micro-comb chips are able to emit up of hundreds of high-quality infrared lasers along with the same transmission like a rainbow, where each "laser" is a separate communications channel. "We've developed something that is scalable to meet future needs".
A team from Monash, Swinburne and RMIT universities announced their extraordinary breakthrough that could transform our communications and beyond.
However, what is particularly impressive note is that each channel preserves its peak bandwidth capacity, or the maximum amount of data that it can carry.
RMIT professor Arnan Mitchell explained that the future ambition of the project was to scale up the current transmitters from hundreds of gigabytes per second towards tens of terabytes per second without increasing size, weight, or cost. Universities hope that in just a few years, the technology will be available to the general public, not just in Australia but around the world.
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