Quite a few years back, we were stuck at 56kbps dial-up modems, then we slowly picked up with broadband and triband coming and speedometers touching 256kbps and 512kbps. The battle then began between telecom companies which brought in 2mbps and 4 mbps at cheaper rates. Of course consumers thought it was a bliss, till they see this.

For those of you really eager to know what’s the speed at Google’s Campus, GooglePlex at Mountain View, California is then here you go.

523.96 Mbps and 147.20 Mbps is what they’ve got. Wondering how we got hands on it? Recent Question and Answer session by the Google Chrome team at Reddit let us into these facts. This is freakin’ awesome. Thanks TNW.