Meet the Startup That Wants to Speed Up U.S. Broadband

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Gigabit Squared broke onto the scene on Wednesday, announcing it would spend $200 million to bring gigabit broadband to six unnamed college towns in conjunction with the Gig.U program. But this year-old startup doesn’t plan to limit itself to the Gig.U program: It wants to change the economics of delivering fiber to the home for cities across the country. That means potentially more gigabit connections around the U.S.

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