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Campus bandwidth set to increase Friday

Per an email from Information Technology Manager Mark Henderson, the Pierce College internet connection will move to a 10 gigabit circuit on Friday, at 5:30 a.m.

The cutover will have no impact on the campus at that time in the morning, according to Henderson’s email.

The new circuit will provide increased bandwidth for students, faculty and administration compared to the current one gigabit circuit.

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