Thursday, April 16, 2015
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Wednesday, April 01, 2015
Residents at Dayton’s newest downtown apartment community,
Water Street Flats, will soon have something folks in more urbane locales would
die for – gigabit fiber in their apartments. That’s 1,000 mbps, or 40 times
faster than the FCC’s recently upgraded definition of broadband Internet, and
will be able to handle 4K streaming video (or 8K, for that matter) with ease.
The fiber is being laid by Dayton-based Extra Mile Fiber, which is openly aping
the Google Fiber business model to provide lightning quick connectivity in its
hometown, according to this
article in the Dayton Daily News. Way to go, Ohio!
Thursday, March 26, 2015