In a significant technological feat, China has successfully activated the world’s fastest internet connection, boasting an astonishing data transfer capacity of 1.2 terabits per second, as reported by local media.
Stretching over a span of approximately 3,000 kilometres, this network seamlessly connects the cities of Beijing, Wuhan, and Guangzhou, solidifying its position as the cornerstone of China’s future internet infrastructure.
Local media outlets have been quick to highlight China’s relentless pursuit of expanding both the scale and speed of its internet installations. Just this year, the country has erected over 3 million 5G stations, culminating in the creation of the world’s most extensive network infrastructure.
This remarkable achievement underscores China’s commitment to staying at the forefront of the global technological landscape.