Holey Optochip Capable Of 1Tbps Data Transfer Rates, Batman!

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polka

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TerribleToaster

I'm sorry, while reading this all I could think of was the Homer Simpson "Speed Holes: To make the car go faster" bit.

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Hey.That_Dude

So beautiful. Thank you Big Blue. Now if those selfish internet companies would only deliver 1 ten-thousandth that speed to the customer base then I'd be happy.
And don't go off talking about the difficulties of delivering internet and how this is for OM4 and not SM and... I KNOW!

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szore

I wonder what would happen if you hooked this thing up to a flux capacitor!

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Belboz99

Less than 1/4" on the longest side to boot!

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Gman3968

1099511627776bits = 1 terabit

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OCFRED

Bitchin, ought to show up in servers within a few years and greatly improve performance while lowering power consumption and heat generation. Eventually it may spread into cell towers and Hotspots so people can actually enjoyed the speeds supposed as 4G instead of the LTE excuses folks are limited to currently.

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UrbanSmooth

Coming next: fiber optic internet and hardware.

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satrain18

They said teraBITS PER SECOND, as in SPEED, not terabytes, as in storage. What this means is that it will smoke our current gigabit routers. Imagine BitTorrenting 500 HD movies in about a second.

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HiGHRoLLeR038

Thank you. some kids in here needed that lesson.... like Aerumnosus

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Aerumnosus

Heaven forbid a person read something wrong and a troll like yourself tries to start something by calling someone a kid and you don't even know the person.

Anyways you were the one asking the question. Just be happy someone answered it and if I knew you didn't like G.I. Joe I wouldn't have quoted it at the end.

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bryan.kluge

Actually, a terabyte is 1024 gigabytes. Same scale from megabyte to gigabyte.

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Aerumnosus

@HiGHRoLLeR038

1 terabyte is 1000000000000bytes, or 1 trillion (short scale) bytes, or 1000 gigabytes.

Now you know and knowing is half the battle. :)

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rawrnomnom

Bit =/= Byte. A terabit == approximatly 125 GigaBYTES.

Now you know. and Knowing is half the Battle :D

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HiGHRoLLeR038

uhhhh, teraBIT buddy.

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Aerumnosus

Hey the dude above me posted Terabyte to lol.

P.S. I ain't your buddy :)

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HiGHRoLLeR038

aight pal.

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HiGHRoLLeR038

Isnt a terabit 125 Gigabytes? so how does that equate to 500 HD movies?

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Athlonite

yes more like 10 HD movies if that's at BR quality I'm not thinking highly compressed H.264 with 1280x720p resolution

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rawrnomnom

I think they are suffering to streaming HD over the bandwidth? Although I could be wrong. As in they could run 500 Simultaneous hd streams over the available bandwidth.

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