The village of Sebewaing, Mich. is the latest -- and perhaps most unlikely to date -- community to join the Gigabit Cities ecosystem.
But thanks to a fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) network built by the municipally owned utility, Sebewaing Light and Water , the some 1,800 residents of a town near the tip of Michigan's thumb -- known as the sugar beet capital and home of the Michigan Sugar Festival -- now have access to gigabit services. (See Sugar Beet Town Gets a Sweet Gig.)
Click on the image below to take a tour of Sebewaing, Michigan's (and maybe the country's) first Gigabit Village:
— Jason Meyers, Senior Editor, Gigabit Cities/IoT, Light Reading