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    Researchers at University College London, have set a new world record for the fastest internet, 178 terabits a second, or 178,000 Gbps. That type of speed would allow us to download all the movies and TV shows on Netflix in less than a second. UCL researchers used a better range of wavelengths than what’s typically used in fiber-optic cables and different amplifier technologies to boost the signal, making them have double the capacity than any system in the whole world.

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