Google Testing High-Speed Fiber Network At Stanford Res Halls
GovTechGuy writes with this news from “Google has reached an agreement to build its first ultra-high speed broadband network near Stanford University, the search giant announced on Thursday. The agreement with Stanford means the university’s residential subdivision will be the first place to test Internet speeds up to one gigabit per second, more than 100 times faster than the typical broadband connection in the US. The plan is to break ground early next year.” That might just be worth $50,576 per year to have.
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