Sunday, December 12, 2010

Google Teams with Sonic.Net on its First FTTH Network

Sonic.net, an ISP based in Santa Rosa, California, has been selected by Google to operate and support the trial FTTH network planned for Stanford University. This experimental project will test new fiber construction and operation methods, while delivering full gigabit speeds to approximately 850 faculty and staff owned homes on campus. Construction of the Stanford fiber network will begin in early 2011.


Sonic.net said it will manage operation of the network, provide customer service and support and perform on-site installation and repair.


Sonic.net currently operates an open Internet access network via copper. The company plans to deploy an FTTH network in Sebastopol, California.
http://www.sonic.net

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