Researchers unlock superspeedy Ethernet connection

04/16/2009 | Network World

Researchers now are using a material called chalcogenide to de-multiplex signals at extremely high speeds, thereby creating an Ethernet connection that is far faster than current levels. The researchers work, published in a recent edition of "Optics Express," reported Ethernet speeds of 640 Gbps over fiber-optic lines.

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