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The fastest Wi-Fi network in the world reaches 12.5 GB per second

A team of researchers from Germany was able to create a wireless network with a transfer rate of 100 gigabits per second (ie 12.5 GB/s), breaking the previous record of 40 Gbps, a record held by the same team. The new technology was developed at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany and the achieved speed is ten times faster than Google Fiber. For now, the researchers were able to transfer files at 100Gbps in the laboratory on a distance...