Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Google fiber

  • Slower than planned, Google is finally starting to get to work on its ambitious gigabit fiber project.
  • (Softpedia)
  • Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) appears to be back on track with its plans to build out its long-awaited Fiber to the Premises (FTTP) network in Kansas City, Kan.
  • (FierceTelecom)
  • In addition to its world-renowned supply of crazy little women, Kansas City is now the proud owner of a new supply: the world-renowned Google Fiber cables.
  • (Venturebeat.com)
  • After months of waiting, Google is now beginning construction of their super fast Internet service in Kansas City.
  • (WebProNews)
  • After almost a a year of planning, Google today began rolling out its fiber backbone in Kansas City, and will start stretching the fiber to homes later this year to deliver blazing-fast Internet access and possibly pay TV.
  • (The Business Insider)
  • Googles plans to bring a face-meltingly fast 1Gbps Internet connection to Kansas Cities (in both Missouri and Kansas) took a big step towards becoming reality today.
  • (Maximum PC)
  • Google is building out its high-speed broadband network in Kansas, the company confirmed. Google is also trying to test a new WiFi router.
  • (eWeek)
  • The Byte, Feb. 7, 2012: Sony will merge its PlayStation platform into its broader services and products. Lenovo's ThinkPad tablet will get upgraded to Android 4.0 in May.
  • (PC World)
  • After extensive testing, picking a city and cutting through miles of red tape, Google is finally ready to enter the next phase of development; laying the thousands of miles of cable needed to run their fiber broadband Internet in Kansas City.
  • (The Business Insider)
  • The Google Fiber service will be installed in Kansas City, Kansas and Kansas City, Missouri. For those not familiar with the area, the two cities are right next to each other, separated by a river.
  • (Techradar.com)

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