New data transmission record
Using only a single light source, scientists have set a world record by transmitting 1.8 petabits per second. Their data transmission method uses significantly less power and can help reduce the Internet’s climate footprint.
New data transmission record set using a single laser and a single optical chip
An international group of researchers from Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden have achieved dizzying data transmission speeds and are the first in the world to transmit more than 1 petabit per second (Pbit/s) using only a single laser and a single optical chip.
Scientists break data transfer record, sending almost twice the global Internet traffic
A group of Scandinavian scientists has broken the record for data transmission, using only a laser and one optical chip, sending almost 2 petabits per second of information.
A New Chip Is Capable of Transmitting All of the Internet's Traffic Every Second
An international team of scientists have broken the world record for the amount of data that can be transferred in a single second with the help of a custom-designed chip that could make the internet more environmentally friendly.
A Single Laser Transmitted a Second's Worth of Internet Traffic in Record Time
Scientists continue to blow through data transmission records, with the fastest transmission of information between a laser and a single optical chip system now set at 1.8 petabits per second.