Elon Musk’s Internet has reached a record speed

The speed of the Starlink satellite Internet has reached a record high, exceeding the figure of 600 megabits per second. This is reported by the publication Wccftech.

The record figure — 649 megabits per second-was recorded on Twitter by a blogger from Germany under the nickname awlnx. According to him, the Starlink Internet network reached a record speed on June 15 at 20:45 local time. This is more than 100 megabits per second higher than Elon Musk’s record speed achieved in the United States.

However, due to the high speed, the delay time increased to about 56 milliseconds. This is not enough for efficient data transfer during video conferences and online games. Also, a user from Germany said that when reaching a record speed, his terminal for receiving the signal, located on the street, and heated up to 56 degrees. At the same time, at the moment the air temperature was 35 degrees.

The previous Starlink speed record was also recorded in Germany. The local user received a data download speed of 560 megabits per second, with a delay of 13 milliseconds.

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