Kansas City to get ultra high-speed broadband network from Google

Kansas City, Kan., is the city where Google will build its ultra high-speed broadband network capable of 1 Gbps speeds. Last year the search giant conducted a beauty contest to find a city where it could build such a network and experiment with next-generation applications, open access and new deployment capabilities. Some 1,100 cities responded to the call. Article

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