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Nokia's super-fast subsea data cable torpedos the competition

Using a recently-developed signal modulation efficiency enhancement technique, researchers at Alcatel-Lucent and Nokia Bell Labs claim to have achieved a staggering 65 terabits per second (Tbps) transmission over a 6,600 km (4,100 mile) single mode fiber in laboratory trials. With a transmission capacity reported equal to streaming more than 10 million HDTV channels at the same time, it is hoped that the technology used in these trials will help greatly increase the data-carrying capacity of transoceanic cable systems.
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