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Large volumes of data from ITER successfully transferred to Japan at unprecedented speeds

(National Institutes of Natural Sciences) Repeated transfer of 1 Tera Byte (TB) data within 30 minutes, which are the conditions assumed in the initial experiments of ITER, from ITER in France to ITER Remote Experimentation Centre (REC) in Japan, was demonstrated in Aug. 30 to Sept. 5, 2016.Amount of transferred data of 50TB per day, demonstrated here, is the world largest level inter-continental high speed data transfer from one site to another site.
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