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Ultra-fast AT&T GigaPower fiber network coming to Miami

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Recently, AT&T announced it will expand its ultra-fast AT&T GigaPower network to the City of Miami. The all-fiber network will provide services featuring symmetrical upload and download broadband speeds up to 1 Gigabit per second, and AT&T’s most advanced TV services to consumers and businesses.

With 1 Gigabit speeds, customers can download:

  • 25 songs in one second.
  • Their favorite TV show in less than 3 seconds.
  • An online HD movie in less than 36 seconds.

AT&T is deploying additional fiber and electronics to the existing network in Miami to meet the growing demand for ultra-fast broadband. The network enhancements will enable customers to have access to AT&T’s fastest Internet speeds available to consumers.

Local residents and small business customers on the AT&T GigaPower network will also experience cutting-edge TV services with the ability to watch and record five simultaneous HD streams, and its largest capacity DVR at one terabyte of storage.

“Miami is proud to be the first city in Florida and the metropolitan Miami area where AT&T has announced it will build the AT&T GigaPower network,” said Mayor Tomas Regalado. “The deployment of ultra-high-speed broadband service will support innovation, our businesses, and our residents and will eventually further economic development in our community.”

“For well over a century AT&T has been committed to bringing the latest, most advanced technology to our Miami customers and today’s announcement is the latest step in fulfilling that commitment,” said Joe York, President of AT&T Florida – External Affairs. “Smart public policy decisions, such as adopting competitively neutral local ordinances and modernizing state regulatory statutes, play a key role in driving investment. Today’s announcement reflects the wisdom of the forward-looking leadership of Mayor Tomas Regalado and other state and local leaders who have worked diligently for many years to create a public policy climate that encourages investment in advanced technology in Miami and in Florida.

Well, it looks like things are speeding up, guys and gals.