The world’s fastest broadband internet speed has been recorded. And it will blow your mind. And it COULD be coming to your home town internet provider faster than you think.
The “fastest ever” broadband speeds have been achieved in a test in London, raising hopes of more efficient data transfer via existing infrastructure.
Alcatel-Lucent and BT said speeds of 1.4 terabits per second were achieved during their joint test – enough to send 44 uncompressed HD films a second.
The test was conducted on a 410km (255-mile) link between the BT Tower in central London and Ipswich.
The breakthrough is being seen as highly important for internet service providers (ISPs), as it means a greater amount of information can be sent through existing broadband infrastructure, reducing the need for costly upgrades.
Read More: Fastest ever broadband internet speed test passed: BBC Technology