Cleveland college kicks off 1G trial to nearby homes

03/26/2010 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Cleveland's Case Western Reserve University is seeking to become the first to offer fiber-based speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second under an experimental project aimed at bringing free broadband service to thousands of homes near its campus, starting in May. The project, which the school launched Thursday, is designed to study how ultra-high-speed broadband links can benefit communities. The school will ask residents in the "Case Connection Zone" to complete surveys on how they use the service.

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