Cincinnati is one of the cities on the 'unofficial' short list for the new Google Fiber network that will create a test fiber optics network in one city with speeds 100 times faster than any existing internet connection.
In a contest sponsored by GoogleFiber.com (no affiliation with Google.com), the cities that made the short list are now options in a national voting competition to see which city is most deserving, or most excited about the prospects of the super-fast network in their community. Cincinnati currently stands in the middle of the pack, but votes can be cast daily on Google Fiber's web page. The page and contest are not associated with Google, and will have no impact on the search engine giant's decision on where to host the network.
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