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Gigabit Internet? Wake Me When We Have Petabit Internet.

Who needs superfast internet, anyway? A few dozen cities in America have next-generation broadband networks that offer speeds of 1 gigabit per second — about 50 times faster than a typical connection. These super-fast connections were supposed to revolutionize Americans’ experience of the internet and rev up the country’s noncompetitive broadband market. ....But six years after the first super-fast connections went live, even proponents concede no “killer” gigabit application has emerged.
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