Google, Stanford University, reach deal on 1Gbps fiber-optic broadband network
In February, Google announced it was planning to deploy 1 Gbps fiber-optic connections to between 50,000 and 500,000 people in locations in the U.S. The company made it clear that this was an experiment, not a move toward becoming an ISP, and asked cities to nominate themselves.
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