The world's greatest power capability is able to be sub-subway cables faster than 20 percent faster than theoretically thought. The latest experiment with 16QAM modulation has achieved a transfer rate of 26.2 seconds per second for seconds, 4,000 million transatlantic ownership of Facebook and Microsoft. It represents 20 percent improvement in 20 Tbps, each of the eight optical fiber cables originally thought, according to the researchers of the Infinera team.
MAREA The cable speeds show the world's most capable cable with a total of 160 Tbps. The cable provided by Telxius is located in Spain and Virginia Beach, Virginia, as well-known sites for new data centers.
The importance of the ad is double, according to Infinera. First of all, the new approach was demonstrated in the existing cable, which allowed it to be able to purchase new cordless cables without millions of expenses. Secondly, speeds were demonstrated through a cable with long distances.
It will be a bit like before seeing speeds like habits. Although 20 Tbps speed transfer could have been anticipated, MEA's average cable transfer rate was only 9.5 Tbps today and there are still practical difficulties to overcome.