Cooperating with its consortium partners, the University of Debrecen has launched a two-year programme the aim of which is ensuring faster and more secure Internet data traffic.
The research is of high priority for the university as info-communication is one of the most dynamically developing industries. In the next two years, the university will be elaborating the theory of a technology that enables the creation of an apparatus that provides data transfer of 100 Gb/s while the practical implementation will be carried out by the Hungarian-owned AITIA International Zrt.
Pál Varga, leader of the project on AITIA’s side said that the goal was to build a device which can safely monitor even one thousand times bigger data traffic. The expert reported that 40-50 people would take part in the programme. He added that in case the development project would be successful in Hungary, the new device could get to the Central European markets.