Internet2 Cranks It Up to 8.8Tbps
Using $62 million from a federal stimulus grant, the Internet2 research and education group is rolling out a new national backbone network delivering up 8.8 terabits per seconds bandwidth.
Ars Technica's Matthew Lasar has the story.
"This super fast system will connect the US Unified Community Anchor Network (US UCAN), around 200,000 community "anchor institutions"--K-12 schools, libraries, clinics, hospitals, community colleges, and such," Lasar reported.
Originally published on http://www.developer.com.