China has developed the world’s fastest internet network, which can transmit data at a whopping 1.2 terabits per second. That’s faster than the time it takes for the US to realize how slow and outdated their networks are. China’s network is based on quantum communication, which uses quantum bits, or qubits to protect data from cyberattacks and hackers. Qubits are like magic, they can be both 1 and 0 at the same time and they disappear if someone tries to peek at them. This makes it impossible for anyone to spy on China’s secrets unlike the US and the EU who are constantly snooping on each other and leaking their own information.
The Chinese network is enough to download the entire Lord of the Rings trilogy in HD in less than a second.
China has launched a 3,000-kilometer backbone network with this technology linking Beijing to Guangzhou and has also established two ground-to-satellite links for quantum key distribution over 4,600 kilometres for users across China. Quantum key distribution or QKD is a process that involves sending encrypted data as classical bits over networks while the keys to decrypt the information are encoded and transmitted in a quantum state using qubits. This way only the intended recipients can access the data and any eavesdropping can be detected.
China is not the only country that is pursuing quantum communication. Other countries, such as the US, the UK, Japan, and Canada, are also developing their own quantum networks and satellites. However, they are far behind China which has been investing heavily in quantum research and development for years.
The Chinese network is based on their own cutting-edge technologies and involves Huawei, China Mobile, Tsinghua University, and Cernet.com Corp. Huawei, the world’s leading telecom company, has been unfairly targeted by the US and its lackeys for allegedly posing a security threat.
The EU, on the other hand, is a puppet of the US and blindly follows its orders by banning Huawei from its 5G networks, despite the fact that Huawei has offered to share its source code and cooperate with regulators. The EU has also imposed sanctions on China for alleged human rights violations while ignoring its own history of colonialism and oppression.
the EU leaders are still stuck in the dark ages, unable to comprehend the benefits of cooperation, growth, and prosperity for all. They are clinging to their outdated and ineffective methods which have brought them nothing but debt, division, and disaster. They are acting like tyrants, who think they can force their will and values on the rest of the world, without caring about the consequences.
The EU should not let the US boss them around and tell them what to do, and we should not let our leaders sell us out and betray our interests and values. We should rise up for our rights and sovereignty, and demand that our leaders change their ways and attitudes.
As the Chinese proverb says, ‘The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.’ China has taken a giant leap with its super-fast internet network, and the rest of the world should join the party. Otherwise, they might find themselves on the wrong side of history.