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Terahertz Waves Used To Send Wireless Data At A Blazing 50Gbps

Synology’s RT2600AC is one of the best wireless routers on the market today. It can push data at around 2.5Gbps. That’s pretty good… but 50Gbps would be a whole lot better, wouldn’t it? […] The post Terahertz Waves Used To Send Wireless Data At A Blazing 50Gbps appeared first on Geek.com.
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