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Google, Intel and Others Push for Ultra-Fast Broadband for University Towns

"Google Inc., Comcast Corp. and Intel Corp. are among companies considering a project to bring faster broadband Internet access to more than 30 college towns in a push to spur Web traffic and nourish technology startups. They're being courted by computing nonprofit Gig.U..."

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