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Next Generation Broadband Networks: New Table Stakes for Cities?

Next Generation Broadband Networks: New Table Stakes for Cities? Blair Levin Executive Director Gig.U Senior Non-Resident Fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program Brookings Institute February 2, 2015 Syracuse, NY   I have to start by questioning the wisdom of an audience who comes to hear someone speak who demonstrates his mental acuity by accepting a speaking invitation […]

President Supports Bandwidth

Today, President Obama will announce steps he will discuss in the State of the Union to help more Americans, in more communities around the country, get access to fast and affordable broadband. The following statement may be attributed to Blair Levin, Nonresident Senior Fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program at the Brookings Institution and Executive Director of Gig.U. It’s great […]

Happy New Year from Gig.U

On behalf of all who have worked on the Gig.U project, we want to thank everyone in our community for a 2014 that saw tremendous progress toward our common goal of accelerating the deployment of next generation broadband networks. We summarized that progress in our summer report on the Game of Gigs. The progress has […]

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