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The city is hosting a grant $14 million grant contest to pave the way for a technology hub on par with Silicon Valley.
Two brothers had an idea: How about starting a broadband service provider in New York City?
New York City is working to make top-speed internet available to more homes and businesses and at the same time cut down on disruptive road-work and street closures.
Months after Sandy, fiber connectivity hasn’t reached everyone, and many businesses and residents are still without basic communications services.
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