Hmmm, that'll be more something like "Fiber-2", the 2nd generation glass-fiber internet for consumers at 125 TB/s.
Intel will have their Pentium MCMXXVI ready to launch and AMD just announced their new line of Mobile processors, having 256 cores on a single chip. Their serverline already has 1024 cores, suitable for a 1U barebone with 4096 TB DDR8 RAM. The classic 2007 style desktop is obsolete, replaced by modern in-situ devices, directly connected to the brainstem and vortex. These devices run an ancient but very stable Linux 12.6.280 kernel, written by the combined brains from L. Torvalds and A. Morton. Shortly before both geniuses retired on Mars they copied their combined knowledge into the Lightyear 2020 supercomputer, which runs on light. It's capable of producing rockstable kernels with the speed of light (pun intended), using the Next Generation Virtualization (actually it's the 5th generation, but that didn't sound right for some reason according to Mr Shuttleworth)... These kernels measure in at 1 GB, after stripping out obsolete drivers for SATA2, NTFS and Samba.
You know what the best thing about Britain is? If you can't keep up the pace of modern life, go the the British countryside. Time's standing still there