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Bulding the Gigabit City by Craig Settles

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Bulding the Gigabit City
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Publisher: Smashwords
Number of pages: 119

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Building the Gigabit City helps you: navigate past the hype about gigabit networks; understand what super-fast Internet access can and cannot do to improve your community; do effective needs analysis; and plan effective broadband strategy. This book doesn't give you all the answers, it helps you ask the right questions so your community finds its own best answers.

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