Fastest-Ever Internet Speed Could Download Whole Netflix in Seconds

The researchers from University College London achieved the new world record for the fastest internet of 178 terabits a second, which is five times faster than the previous world record held by a team in Japan and close to the theoretical limitations of the data transmission set out by American mathematician Claude Shannon in 1949. This means if that data connection were wired to your home broadband, it would allow you to download 22million HD photos in under a second, and download more than 220 4K-quality movies in a second.

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