WACO, Texas — Content comes to residents' devices at speeds up to 100 megabits per second.
WACO, Texas — Pavlov Media and Campus Crest have partnered to develop a high-speed Internet technology called Tesseractiv. The Tesseractiv Content Delivery Network hosts popular Web content and delivers it at transport speeds up to 100 megabits per second.
Campus Crest's The Grove at Waco is the beta site for the technology that Pavolv has been developing for years. It is designed to help property owners make more efficient use of their bandwidth, improve Internet speeds and cut costs.
The technology gets its name from the combination of words "interactive" and "Tesseract," a four-dimensional mathematical model. The word "Tesseract" is used in the novel "A Wrinkle in Time" to describe traveling between stars faster than the speed of light.