Google Fiber is coming,somewhere not near you


I bet you said when you seen that was “Dammit!”.Haha,I got you.Anyway,Google is expanding  their fiber network to another part of Kansas city.The suborb of Olathe to be exact.

If you don’t know what Google Fiber is,this is the paragraph for you.Google fiber is Google’s mega amazing,super fast internet network.When I say fast I mean fast,1000 MB/sec.To show you how fast that is,my broadband speed is 43MB per second(And that’s not at peak time).And Google Fiber has T.V. and a storage box and…Let’a just say,don’t be surprised if I move to Kansas city soon.

This was approved by Olathe city council,for some reason,approved Google’s service roll-out thing.However,Google didn’t offer any launch specifics.But,it ready to launch it in other places.In the U.K maybe?No,ok.:( (*Grumble*).

“We think that Fiber and widespread Internet access will help to create jobs, grow local businesses, and make Olathe even stronger as it grows,”

“Hopefully, this is the first of several announcements that we’ll be able to make about bringing Google Fiber to additional cities in the KC metro area; so stay tuned.”

Those are two extracts from Google’s Fiber Blog.Rachel Hack,who is a community manager for Google fiber,wrote those two extracts.

What is the future for Google Fiber?Well,according to the Google Fiber website,it’s coming next to:Kansas city north/south,Westwood,Westwood Hills and Mission Woods.Why not the U.K Google?Sure,we’re investigating you for not paying tax.But,we don’t get anything here.Please?

Anyway,I hope you enjoyed this post.

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