Unsurprising, Japan once again shows its prowess in communications technology. At this year’s Interop Tokyo 2010, NTT Communications, the telecommunications company that basically runs the map in Japan, introduced the world’s new standard in broadband speed for pratical use. Yes, one fast enough to download a Blu-ray Disc’s worth of data in two seconds! That record number is 100 gigabytes per second. This will soon be standardized by the international group, The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers or IEEE and will use a 100GBASE-LR4 based ethernet connection. With this, will Japan finally embrace online gaming? Press release and video are below. Video is courtesy of DigInfo News.