Internet is not enough, in light of the fact that researchers have discovered that

How information is communicated at 1.84 petabits each second - nearly twice the worldwide web traffic in a similar stretch.

It blows past records for information transmission using a single light source and a petabit's optical chip out of the water.

Also, to look at that peculiar amount, one petabit is equal to 1,000,000 gigabits.

A single gigabit, or 1,000 megabits, is the fastest download speed cash can buy for most families.

To accomplish the astounding feat, experts from the Specialized College of Denmark (DTU) and Chalmers College of Innovation used a custom optical chip

One can use infrared light alone by splitting it into several different frequencies that are equally spaced. Altogether,

They are known as recursive brushes. Each iteration on the brush can keep information discreetly by changing the wave properties of the light,

Thereby allowing researchers to communicate a larger number of fragments than with regular strategies.

To learn about the work delivered in the diary Nature Photonics, the researchers demonstrate how they used 223 frequency diverts in the iterative brush.

It communicated 1.84 petabits each second of "fake" information over 4.9 miles of optical fiber.

According to the researchers, more than 1,000 lasers would be expected from using commercial hardware to send information at such speeds.