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You may want to move to Denmark researchers in DTU Photonics’ High-Speed Optical Communications Group (HSOC) have found a new world record for single-transmitter data transfer. Transfer speeds of 43 terabits per second. The record was set using only a single laser transmitter, but more faster speeds can be obtained by using setups with hundreds of lasers.
a new kind of multi-core optical fibre, which can do multiple data streams pass through it simultaneously.According to Justin Kahn at TechSpot, the record of a transfer rate of 43 terabits per second over a single fibre with one laser transmitter.
It’s not the first time, They set it back in 2009, before being beaten by researchers at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany two years later. The German team’s record speed in 2011 was 26 terabits per second
A complex combination of multiple fibres and lasers working together all at one time, which is’nt practicallt possible and can’t be applied practically to the technology we use at home and office to get Internet access. The Danes’ more simple set-up, however, is likely to have an impact on the commercial part in the future.