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Researchers get record broadband speeds out of old-school copper wire

10
Jul
2014

While telecoms companies around the world are investing millions into the development of fiber-optic networks, the aging copper telephone line may still have some life in it yet. Experts at Alcatel Lucents Bell Labs research division are claiming a new world record by achieving super-fast speeds through the aging technology. Researchers were able to achieve 10Gbps speeds with the same cables youd find under many residential streets.

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