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World's Fastest Internet Speeds Achieved

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RMIT, Monash and Swinburne collaboration achieves world's fastest internet speeds by using an optical micro-comb, which creates a rainbow of infrared light allowing data to be transmitted on many frequencies of light at the same time, vastly increasing bandwidth. A record of 44.2 terabits per second was achieved. Equivalent to a user downloading 1,000 high-definition movies in a split second.
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