Market Trends

Verizon to replace copper with fiber optic Internet in Boston

Verizon and the city of Boston today announced a $300 million fiber optic cable replacement of copper cable throughout the city over the next six years. The project will increase Internet speeds and help Boston, which has 650,000 residents, expand broadband as part of its priority to ensure every resident has Internet access, Mayor Marty Walsh said in a statement on Tuesday. Business, schools, hospitals and libraries will also be connected.

Read the source article at

Categories: Market Trends, News, SCN

Leave a Reply