Research conducted by a group including scientists at RMIT’s School of Science and the University of Wollongong has developed groundbreaking new technology which could allow 100-times-faster internet by harnessing twisted light beams to carry more data and process it faster.
In this article, Tim Macdermid from MarkLogic outlines the steps organisations need to take to ensure the data itself stays secure within the database.
As 100G becomes the industry’s networking standard, Bell Labs says it is preparing for the coming ‘Petabit Era’.
VERNet, the operator of the Victorian Education Research Network (VERN) that provides high-speed broadband connectivity to Victorian researchers, scientists and university staff and students, has contracted Ciena for a multi-million dollar network upgrade to 40Gbps transmission technology.
IBM has unveiled a new chip technology that integrates electrical and optical devices on the same piece of silicon, claiming that it will enable a 10X improvement in integration density over current manufacturing techniques and the creation of 1Tbps electro-optical transducers just a few millimetres square.
Thanks Sam! Best article I've read in a little while :)
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