Why super-fast internet may come from a company you’ve never heard of.Coming soon to a city near you: the next generation of super-speed internet access.
Canada’s cities, lagging behind many global metropolises — and even some tinier towns both here and abroad — are finally getting wired up for some of the fastest home internet speeds on the market — up to 1,000 megabits per second, also known as one gigabit.
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That’s about 20 times nimbler than the average current high-speed service in Canada, and is rapid enough to download an HD movie in about a minute.