Data Centers

New Record Set for Fiber-Optic Data Transmissions, Now at 57Gbps

A team of three researchers at the University of Illinois have managed to transmit data across fiber-optics lines at room temperature and with no errors at a speed of 57Gbps. The team, formed of graduate students Curtis Wang and Michael Liu, with Professor Milton Feng, have broken the previous record of 40Gbps, set by the same Professor Feng with another team of students in 2014.

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