Australia records the fastest internet… allowing 1000 HD movies to be downloaded in one second
Scientists have registered the fastest internet connection globally in Australia, where 1000 HD movies can be downloaded in less than one second .
The newspaper "Daily Mail", the British, that a team of universities: "Swinburne", "Monash" and " RMIT ", recorded an Internet speed of 44.2 terabits per second, as part of a new study, which is the first time that speed is recorded with this Destiny .
This speed is completely different from the traditional speed in Australia, which is 11 megabits per second .
Scientists used in this experiment a new device, instead of 80 one operated by laser, in addition to an equipment known as «Microcomp» smaller than the current communications devices in terms of size .
The device has been cultivated and tested in the current Internet infrastructure, which is used by the Australian National Internet Network.
This technology can provide high-speed internet to about 1.8 million families in the Australian city of Melbourne, in addition to billions of people around the world during peak hours, according to the study.
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