Kettering University and Flint, Mich., to join hyper-fast Web network US Ignite
FLINT, Mich. - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Kettering University researchers and entrepreneurs will soon be building
futuristic tools and connecting them to a hyper-fast Web network thanks
to a new public-private national partnership called US Ignite.
Flint, Mich., is one of the first 25 cities and Kettering University is
among the 60 nationally respected universities singled out in the first
round of this national partnership that will serve as a workshop for
next-generation internet users.
Kettering President Robert K. McMahan said US Ignite will bring the
fastest broadband research network in the world to Flint and the region.
"This is a community asset," he explained. "We'll be one of only 25
cities with this technological capability. We'll be one of the few
places in the country with this next-generation technology. It will give
Flint a tremendous lead to be in the first wave."
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