Web surfers in Los Alamos could be catching a really big wave in the not-too-distant future.
The community broadband project is gearing up to build a broadband network that would deliver Internet speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second. Additionally, the fiber optic network would allow service providers to offer “triple play” service bundles – telephone, television and Internet.
Los Alamos County Council approved awarding a contract to Crestino Telecommunications Services for design and consulting on the project. The contract price tag: $511,690.
The results from a community survey are expected back this week, which collected people’s input on the project.