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a unit of information equal to 1000 gigabits or 10^12 (1,000,000,000,000) bits

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"The regional cable network runs terrestrially, uninterrupted from Fujairah, passing through our Saudi national fibre-optic network in the kingdom, then through Jordan and Syria, and finally reaching Turkey and Europe, providing a reliable and trusted data communication cable with terabits of bandwidth available for the decades to come," said Abdul Aziz Al Tamimi, Mobily's COO.
Although this technology hasn't yet been demonstrated, Kryder speculates that these tightly packed islands could achieve data densities of 40 to 50 terabits per square inch.
While not all businesses and organisations would require it, terabit capacity - and the spine could offer multi-terabit per second - is needed in areas such as advances in healthcare offered by genomics - where Mr Thompson said the region could become a leading European centre of excellence on the back of the fibre spine.
Fiber optic terabit technology may have taken a step forward but it is still by no means commercially ready.
Vice-President of Jordan Telecom Wholesale Business Unit, Mr Waleed Doulat, noted that this terabit terrestrial fiber optics cable will ensure continuous and reliable connectivity between the east and the west.
"At this time, we estimate that perpendicular recording methods may take us all the way to one terabit per square inch," Dr.
"Since a nanometer-scale tip can address individual atoms, we anticipate further improvements far beyond even this fantastic terabit milestone," said Nobel laureate Gerd Binnig, an IBM Fellow and one of the drivers of the Millipede project.
The test, named the ''Terabit Challenge,'' employs a dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) system capable of moving 10 gigabits (billion bits) of data through 176 channels per second -- or 1.76 terabits per second -- which is four times the current capacity.
IDC predicts the greatest growth in service provider spending over the next five years will be for gigabit and terabit routers, with annual outlays jumping from $136 million in 1998 to a little more than $2 billion in 2003.
With the right marketing/business development and investment in skills, its terabit capacity (up to 55 terabit per second) and 5G services have the potential to create thousands of new hi-tech jobs, scores of new businesses and position the region as a magnet for global inward investment from leading tech firms.
Corero Network Security (LSE: CNS) now has the ability to provide a terabit of mitigation capacity with automatic DDoS defense technology at an unprecedented price point, the company said.
This scalability allows Aurora to optimally support a myriad of applications such as terabit routers and switches, remote access switches, HDTV broadcast systems, bladed servers and storage subsystems that require very high data transfer rates.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-July 25, 2018-Western Digital samples 1.33 terabit, four-bits-per-cell, 96-layer 3D NAND
If we are to capitalise on these investments, Wales needs to develop a digital infrastructure which will provide urban and rural communities with terabit connectivity.