Originally Posted by un-midas touch
Ya talk to me when your ping is a few picoseconds.
Time to math it up in this female dog! Let's say 100 picoseconds because I'm nice. Light travels approximately 3 * 10 ^ 8 meters in a second. A picosecond is 10 ^ -12, and 100 of them is 10 ^ -10. Unless you can travel faster than light, you'd need both ends of this theoretical network to be 3 * 10 ^ -2 meters away, or three centimeters.
But ugh. We keep seeing all of these articles about graphene. "Your phone will charge in 10 seconds!" "You laptop will be more powerful than a supercomputer!" I swear, unless this stuff starts hitting the market, all it will turn into is a sci-fi buzzword. The new nanobots, in a sense. It looks impressive, but it's too impractical for now. Fiber optic cables are probably a better way to increase bandwidth for the near future.