Broadband efforts move forward

Cleveland Heights startup part of $200 million gigabit broadband effort

Crain’s Cleveland Business: Case Western Reserve University is one of 30 research universities across the country participating in Gig.U, an initiative that aims to provide ultra-high-speed networks to urban communities. The initiative is moving forward with a new partnership called the Gigabit Neighborhood Gateway Program. “The university is proud to be piloting the next generation of broadband networks to neighborhoods around universities,” said Lev Gonick, Case Western Reserve’s vice president of ITS.