According to the Speedtest website, Nepal's average internet speed is 14 megabits per second (14 Mbps).
Researchers have been able to achieve this much faster using a new device called a micro comb. The device was tested by researchers with strips inside and outside the laboratory.
Using a single optical chip, it has managed to get the fastest internet throughput in the world. The technology that can increase the speed of the internet unexpectedly using fiber cable, which has recently spread all over the world, is sure to benefit various sectors.
While this internet speed is currently not available and needed for home use, this invention will make a big difference in the face of the Internet in the days to come.
This invention will help various information and technology focused organizations and businesses around the world.
Coronavirus lockdowns around the world have led to a sharp rise in Internet use. "This new invention gives a glimpse of how fast the Internet can be in the future and how to manage the growing demand for the Internet," said Corcoran.