Fast Internet may reach consumers slowly

Internet2 is used by universities to share large amounts of data, and students, spoiled by the super-fast connections provided by the technology, may begin clamoring for more widespread deployment when they graduate. But human and technology issues could delay Internet2's move from the ivory tower to the real world.

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