California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday announced 18 broadband infrastructure projects to begin building an open-access network across much of the state. Newsom’s office said the network will be state-owned and serve as “middle-mile” broadband infrastructure, meaning that it will connect local networks in underserved areas to high-speed service providers far away. Each of the 18 projects are lined up to provide infrastructure to parts of the state that authorities know are either currently unserved or underserved by broadband.
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