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Woolworths has deployed its first micro-automation technology in the e-commerce facility located at the back of its existing Melbourne-based Carrum Downs supermarket, in a bid to speed up the delivery of online grocery orders.

The supermarket giant claims to be the first in Australia to deploy the Takeoff technology, which has been designed to sort and move up to 10,000 grocery products from automated storage units to team members that are handpicking customer orders. Fresh fruit, vegetables, and meat will continue to be handpicked from the shop floor, Woolworth said.

According to Woolworths Group CEO Brad Banducci, automating the picking of products will help dispatch five times the online order volume of a standard Woolworths store.

“As customer expectations continue to rise, we’re investing in new technology to keep pace with the growth and focusing on building an ever more convenient online offer,” he said.

“The micro-fulfilment

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Trial shows future path to delivering multi-gigabit symmetrical speeds using Network Function Virtualization technology in a hybrid fiber-coaxial (HFC) network

Comcast today announced that it has achieved a 10G technical milestone in a trial delivering 1.25 gigabit-per-second (Gbps) upload and download speeds over a live production network using Network Function Virtualization (NFV) combined with the latest DOCSIS Technology.

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The trial also represents an important milestone on the path to deliver on the promise of the industry’s 10G platform, which aims to enable 10-gigabits-per-second speeds and beyond. (Graphic: Business Wire)

At a home in Jacksonville, Florida, technicians have installed the service which is based upon a Distributed Access Architecture (DAA) that Comcast has deployed throughout the area. This advanced architecture includes a suite of software-powered networking technologies, including digital fiber optics, “Remote PHY” digital nodes, and a cloud-based, virtualized cable

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NETGEAR®, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTGR), the worldwide leading provider of advanced networking products for home and office has announced the availability of a new generation of high-speed DOCSIS 3.1 cable modems, the Nighthawk® 2.5Gbps Internet Speed Cable Modem (CM2000)and theNighthawk® 2.5Gbps Internet Speed Cable Telephony Modem (CM2050V). In an effort to ensure that households are capable of getting the fastest multi-gigabit internet speeds that are available from their cable service providers, NETGEAR is advancing the capabilities of cable modems with the introduction of the industry’s first DOCSIS 3.1 modem to deliver 2.5Gbps multigigabit speeds. Improved broadband network experience is not the only benefit for cable subscribers, they will also be able to keep more cash in their bank account with ownership of modem equipment rather than renting from the service provider for a monthly fee.

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Internet Speeds by Country – Fastest Internet In The World Map


Average Internet Speeds By Country

This interactive global map shows average internet speeds by country. Hover over a country to reveal the average internet speed. Click on a link in the index to see top 10 fastest internet speeds by average, for specific global regions.

How is average internet speed for each country measured?

Speeds are measured in Megabits Per Second (Mbps) and map data is sourced from the Q4 2015 State of the Internet Report. Analysis from more than 200 trillion requests to the Akamai CDN platform, from 149 countries worldwide. Business and residential internet connection speeds included, from unique IPs. Mobile network speeds excluded.

For more recent average internet speed updates, jump to the latest internet speed by country data:

IMPORTANT: Internet speeds in each country are AVERAGE speeds.

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