Today, as I am reviewing content from Envision Design’s curated magazine on Flipboard, Geek[s] Applied, I have a thought that I have thought before: “What does this even mean?!” This posting by Richard Wall has me scratching my head, and I admit, I am out of my depth in even attempting to spotlight it with anything more than awe and confusion…
apparently, we are approaching a “theoretical maximum information transfer rate” on fiber link on the internet. An “unprecedented transmission capacity” of 1-terabit-per-second is the rate of internet connections. Implications? Not sure! But I did read on the Gizmodo article that data service providers will be challenged to create more 5G networks to accommodate the speed and data sustainably.
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