Arctic fiber-optic cable could benefit far-flung Alaskans
Jan 18, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Anchorage Daily News
Two Alaska Native corporations said today they are partners in an ambitious proposal to string a fiber-optic cable between Asia and Europe through the Arctic, an effort that could lead to broadband service along the western and northern coasts of Alaska.
I wonder is this would improve the internet connection speed in kotzebue. Wonder when this would actually become a reality...
Since: May 10
I wonder what the cost to the consumer would be? How much is satellite internet service in Alaska?
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