The first buildings have been connected to Ten Gigabit Adelaide, a fibre optic network which is designed for businesses and corporate big data users located in the Adelaide CBD to gain a competitive advantage for their businesses.
The increasing need for more bandwidth per port has means we have gone from 1G to 10G being normal, with 40G and 100G connections becoming essential to deal with rising data rates. Port capacity will continue to be tested with 200G and 400G fibre connectivity products set to hit the market in the coming years.
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