NTT, partners demo 118.5 Tbps transmission capacity

Tuesday 8 August 2017 | 13:13 CET | News
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT) and six partners, namely KDDI Research, Sumitomo Electric Industries, Fujikura, Furukawa Electric, NEC, and Chiba Institute of Technology (CIT) have demonstrated a transmission capacity of 118.5 Terabits using a multi-core fiber with four optical paths (cores) in the same diameter of currently used optical fiber.

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Categories: General
Companies: Fujikura / KDDI / NEC / NTT / Sumitomo
Countries: Japan
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