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Fed up with slow and pricey Internet, cities start demanding gigabit fiber

Slow Internet speeds and a lack of competitive pressure on Internet providers is a fact of life in communities throughout America. We've seen that competition can make a difference, notably with the e... read more

Forget Fiber, Monkey Brains Will Bring SF ‘Insane’ Speeds

Thus the push to expand high speed internet across the city now rather than waiting for fiber optics ... have come in for Gigabit to the Home are potential expansion points. That’s good news for resid... read more

If Netflix Hates ISP Troll Tolls So Much, Why Are They Paying?

Fed up with transit slow downs impacting ... big ISPs can demand potentially escalating fees for the interconnection required to deliver high quality service. The big ISPs can make these demands -- dr... read more
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Why It’s So Hard to Bring Gigabit Internet to the US

let alone superfast gigabit internet. By "better" I mean more reliable service, cheaper prices, and a much faster connection; switching from copper to fiber-optic cables ramps up speeds a hundred time... read more

Why Comcast and other cable ISPs aren’t selling you gigabit Internet

Further Reading Fed up with slow and pricey Internet, cities start demanding gigabit fiber "Is there anywhere else in the ecosystem where somebody demonstrates something that's really cool and great, ... read more

How Google Fiber Works

This makes having fiber, especially gigabit fiber, a distinct competitive advantage for cities trying to attract ... and at reasonable prices. Potential uses for incredibly high-speed Internet include ... read more

The Comcast and TWC Merger – A Joke Played on the American People

That is – Netflix, a company that doesn’t act as an internet provider and Google whose Fiber service proves that faster Internet is possible for less money in all three locations – Austin, Kansas City ... read more

Cruzio and One Wheel/Future Motion - High Tech in Surf City

Regional and national fiber and DSL providers don't see a huge opportunity in Santa Cruz and as a result are slow ... up-and-coming company being forced to relocate to a more densely populated area wh... read more

Suffolk County Plans Wi-Fi Network

It is beginning to look like all these city/county-wide WiFi ... LOL Is there demand from the rural areas for this stuff? Are they expecting tourism dollars from it? Are they fed up with Verizon's slo... read more

How to Build a Better Internet

The reason I ended up getting ... fiber and the equipment needed to handle gigabit connections directly in people’s homes. In essence, Ting wants to help cities and their citizens plug right into the ... read more

If the Internet becomes a public utility, you’ll pay more. Here’s why.

The agency would like to make Internet service a public utility, placing broadband under Title II regulation of the Communications Act of 1934. This move would make broadband subject to New Deal-era r... read more

Uniti Group Might Be Turning The Corner But Is It Still Worth Buying Now?

And should investors who bought in at record low prices and depression era valuations (some of who are up about 50% now ... mean faster smartphones (gigabit speeds) but more excitingly the potential f... read more
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