Chattanooga’s Super Fast High Speed Internet
Users of the Chattanooga high speed Internet provider EPB will soon have access to some of the fastest high speed Internet available. Known locally as “Fi-Speed Internet”, EPB currently offers Chattanooga’s only 100% fiber optic Internet with speeds up to 150 mbps. However, even faster speeds are on the horizon.
According to Steve Lohr of the New York Times, “The city-owned utility, EPB, plans to announce on Monday that by the end of this year it will offer ultra-high-speed Internet service of up to one gigabit a second. That is 200 times faster than the average broadband speed in America.”
Even though Verizon successfully tested a 1 gbps transmission back in June, EPB’s super high speed Internet is slated to be the first commercially available in the United States.
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“Fi-Speed”….GIVE IT TO ME!