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Internet traffic is growing 25% each year. We created a fingernail-sized chip that can help the NBN keep up

AARNet / Network

May 25, 2020

Internet traffic is growing 25% each year. We created a fingernail-sized chip that can help the NBN keep up

Author: Bill Corcoran, Monash University Our internet connections have never been more important to us, nor have they been under such strain. As the COVID-19 pandemic has made remote working, remote socialisation, and online entertainment the norm, we have seen an...

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