Government efforts to expand broadband to schools and libraries throughout the U.S. need to focus more on bolstering network infrastructure, according to a white paper released by Cisco Systems. In recommendations to the Federal Communications Commission on pending reforms to the agency's E-rate program, Cisco said the FCC should invest in "comprehensive, business-grade broadband and network solutions," with the goal of delivering 1 Gbps per 2,000 students by 2014.

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