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Mbps

or Mbit/s
abbr.
megabits per second

MBps

or MB/s
abbr.
megabytes per second
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In terms of total traffic flows, Marseille currently experiences 32 Tbps but anticipates over 120 Tbps in the near future.
- Low power optimized with uncompromised performance at 12.8 Tbps
Out of the Globe Telecom's current bandwidth capacity of more than 16 Tbps, the company's 'lit-up' capacity is less than 3 Tbps as the rest of the bandwidth remain unused owing to insufficient last mile infrastructure.
"Globe Telecom's international connectivity capacity provides the leading telecommunications provider with the ability to activate more than 16 Tbps sufficient to service the bandwidth demand in the country and satisfy the market's hunger for faster internet services," the Ayala-led telco said in a statement.
The Election Day traffic for 2009's Obama inauguration was 1.1 Tbps, while the Royal Wedding in 2011 hit 1.3 Tbps.
and the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute HHI today announced the development of a new method to simultaneously convert the wavelengths of wavelength-division-multiplexed signals necessary for optical communication relay nodes in future wavelength-division-multiplexed optical networks, and have successfully tested the method using high-bandwidth signal transmission in the range of 1 Tbps.
The 400 GbE-ready MPC9 provides an industry-leading 1.6 Tbps of throughput, enabling a single MX2020 to scale to 32 Tbps of throughput, enough to stream more than 2 million 4K videos simultaneously.
Paris, France, June 25, 2015 --(PR.com)-- For the first time, tens of terabits per second (Tbps) were transported over 762 km (472 miles) on the Orange network, setting a transmission record.
The length of the activated RCN today is currently 5,000km and it can offer up to 1.2 Terabit per second (Tbps) in multiples of 10G Ethernet.
According to details leveraging 100Gbps technology and a design capacity of at least 24 Tbps on 3-fibre pairs SEA-ME-WE 5 is a multi-regional superhighway that will facilitate the delivery of broadband-heavy applications video and contents to enterprises and consumers in Europe the Middle East and Southeast Asia.
Summary: Current study explored biosorption mechanism and kinetics of Cu (II) onto Trapa bispinosa peels (TBPs) biomass in surfactant (SDS, CTAB, and Triton X-100), organic acid (CA, TA, AA) and in Native (N) form during batch experiment.
Reliance will have the sole privilege to use one of the eight fibre pairs of the cable which has a capacity of 8.4 terabits per second (tbps).