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How Google’s Kansas Internet Service Could Serve as a Blueprint for Delivering Blazing Fast Data Across the United States | MIT Technology Review

November 20th, 2012

Google’s effort to install a blazingly fast, gigabit-per-second fiber Internet service in the two-state metropolis of Kansas City—a speed 100 times faster than the national average—is a radical new business direction for the company, and perhaps provides an unorthodox model for how to rewire parts of the United States.

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