California legislature approves ‘historic’ broadband net monthly bill

California’s legislature has voted unanimously to approve a $6 billion plan to make a statewide open entry fiber community (h/t ArsTechnica). The state will give $3.25 billion to hire a third party to establish and preserve a so-identified as “middle-mile” network, which won’t deliver net instantly from backbone infrastructure to prospects, but fairly to relationship details, leaving the past mile to be taken care of by web services providers (ISPs). The legislation gives $2 billion for past-mile infrastructure traces to join residences and firms to community networks.

Earning the middle-mile network open up obtain will permit “non-discriminatory accessibility to

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