Researchers at Germany’s Karlsruhe Institute for Technology and the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics have managed to break records for the world’s fastest Wi-Fi connection. Results were set at a speed of 100Gbps and a signal distance of 66 feet, something the researchers are hoping to fine-tune.
Whilst the potential for speed of that nature is endless, it would not work well for indoor use, given that the signal has trouble penetrating walls. However, should a larger distance be attained, this sort of internet connection could cover entire cities. Until then, just remember that speeds like this have only been achieved through wired fiber connections – to achieve this sort of speed wirelessly has already been quite a start.