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With 1.2 Tbps Speed China Launches Worlds Fastest Internet Transmit 150 Movies in One Second

With 1.2 Tbps Speed China Launches Worlds Fastest Internet Transmit 150 Movies in One Second
Written by Manoj Kadam
With 1.2 Tbps Speed China Launches Worlds Fastest Internet Transmit 150 Movies in One Second

With 1.2 Tbps Speed China Launches Worlds Fastest Internet Transmit 150 Movies in One Second

Chinese companies recently made an unprecedented achievement in internet technology and launched the 'world's fastest internet' network. With a staggering speed of 1.2 terabits per second, this network is ten times faster than most major internet routes currently in use. China's Tsinghua University, China Mobile, Huawei Technologies and Cernet Corporation are involved in this project.

Covering a vast distance of more than 3,000 kilometers, the network connects Beijing, Wuhan and Guangzhou through an extensive optical fiber cabling system, according to NDTV. It has the ability to transmit data at 1.2 terabits (1,200 gigabits) per second, exceeding the 100 gigabits per second standard for most of the world's Internet backbone networks by a large margin. Even the United States' recent upgrade to fifth-generation Internet2 operates at 400 gigabits per second.

The achievement is part of China's ambitious Future Internet Technology Infrastructure Initiative, a decade-long project and the latest development of the China National Education and Research Network (CERNET). Activated in July and recently officially launched, the network has not only passed all operational tests, but has also proven to be highly reliable.

Huawei Technologies vice president Wang Lei highlighted the speed of the network, saying it can transfer data equivalent to 150 high-definition movies in just one second. FITI project leader Wu Jianping, from the Chinese Academy of Engineering, described the superfast line as not only a successful operation, but also providing China with advanced technology to build an even faster internet.

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Comparing the new Internet backbone to a superfast train track, Xu Mingwei of Tsinghua University said it replaces the need for 10 regular tracks to carry the same amount of data. This makes it a more cost-effective and manageable system, marking a significant leap forward in Internet technology for China.

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