Caltech (USA) and the University of Victoria (Canada) this week surpassed their 186 Gbps Internet speed record of 2011
in demonstrations at a public conference. Last year, the record was set using a single fiber optic cable
link, while this year's score was obtained via a bonding (shotgun) setup of three links aggregated together. The team still beat the single-link record, too, but only barely, achieving 187 Gbps. It's an incredibly impressive achievement regardless... roughly 100,000 times better than typical home broadband Internet connections today!
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→ See also
- How To Check Network Connection Speed