All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘fiber optics’

Disney Uses 3D Printers In Unexpectedly Awesome Ways

There are numerous proponents of 3D printing, but the really innovative movements are coming from small start ups. A lot of large companies use 3D printing in traditional methods such as rapid prototyping, but one large company is showing how innovation is done. Disney and the company’s research facility in Pittsburgh are creating something pretty extraordinary with 3D printers. They …

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Report: Google Backing Another Undersea Cable Project

Something called the Southeast Asia Japan Cable (SJC) is coming into being, and Google’s one of several companies that’s behind it, according to a new report.  The new undersea fiber optic project should tie into another Google-related cable, the transpacific Unity.

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Verizon Cuts Copper, Installs Incentive To Invest

A chief argument against Net Neutrality has been that it will remove incentive to invest. Recent moves by Verizon to lock customers into fiber shows that the incentive is most certainly present, and the company will do what is necessary to muscle the future into being.

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