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Cisco estimates that total internet traffic currently averages 167 terabits per second. FedEx has a fleet of 654 aircraft with a lift capacity of 26.5 million pounds daily. A solid-state laptop drive weighs about 78 grams and can hold up to a terabyte. That means FedEx is capable of transferring 150 exabytes of data per day, or 14 petabits per second—almost a hundred times the current throughput of the internet.
But when will the internet catch up? Well, Cisco claims internet traffic is growing at about 29 percent annually, which means it should catch up with the FedEx system by 2040.
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How FedEx Has More Bandwidth Than the Internet and When That'll Change