Tenn. district to expand Internet data capability

07/8/2013 | Cleveland Daily Banner (Tenn.)

A Tennessee school district's fiber-optic Internet connection operates with about 100 megabytes of data, which the district's high schools sometimes max out. Now, as the district prepares to implement online testing, plans are underway to expand the system's capability to 1 gigabyte -- about 10 times its current size -- and make improvements to its router, officials say.

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Cleveland Daily Banner (Tenn.)

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