Japan has set a new world record after introducing the world’s fastest internet service on Sunday. The internet provides a speed of 319 terabytes per second. In general, people can download over 57,000 Netflix movies in just one second from this internet speed.
With Fastest Internet Speed Ever, Japan Sets a World Record
Japan introduced the world’s fastest internet with a speed of 319 terabytes per second. The country’s National Institute of Information and Communications Technology has set a world record after this invention. Moreover, this is double the previous world record. The University of London held the last record with a speed of 178 terabytes per second. According to experts, this speed will help enhance the new communication systems and support the new bandwidth-hungry services.
How did the Researchers Achieve the Record Speed?
In order to achieve the record speed, the researchers set up a recirculated transmission coil and syndicate two different kinds of very rare earth fiber amplifiers. However, the researchers in Japan combined erbium and thulium-doped fiber amps. Then they dispersed the Raman amplification over a distance of about 3,001 km. In a research paper, the researchers published that the 4-core MCF is compatible with traditional cable infrastructure. Besides that, when it is associated with average cladding diameter, it is attractive for adapting the SDM fibers.
More about the Japan-developed Fastest Internet Speed
According to reports, with such speed, one can download the entire Netflix in just a blink. Currently, it is the fastest internet speed and Japan holds the world record for it. Just in case you don’t know, 1 terabyte is equal to 1000 gigabytes. And 1 gigabyte is equal to 1024 megabytes. However, researchers said that they would probably need to extend the transmission to trans-oceanic distances. This new speed will increase the new communications system and the transmission capacity. Besides that, researchers will also continue to develop long-distance transmission systems of low-count multi-core fibers. It is quite interesting to note that the team thinks that they can achieve more internet speed in the future. Currently, they are working on a few other plans as well.