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Submission + - Internet Speed Record Broken. Twice. Again?

imamac writes: Researchers using a modified transfer protocol have reached almost 10 Gbps transfer rate over a 20,000 mile path. They are already building a network with the goal transfer rate of up to 100 Gbps. That kind of speed opens up a lot of possibilities. I won't be holding my breath to get that at my house, however.

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