A partnership between a European network operator and a university-led coalition in the U.S. could inaugurate the first trans-Atlantic 100 gigabits-per-second backbone. The project is being undertaken by a group called Delivery of Advanced Network Technology to Europe, or DANTE, and the America Connects to Europe project, led by Indiana University. The project, which already supports an 80 Gbps link across the North Atlantic, is calling on collaborative partners to conduct "exploratory trials" that could result in a boost in capacity soon.

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