Saturday , 21 April 2018

Google Fiber

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On March 30, 2011, Google announced that, after careful consideration of over 1,100 cities, Kansas City, Kansas was selected to be the pilot city for its Fiber for Communities project. It was later announced that Kansas City, Missouri would join Kansas City, KS as a pilot city for Google Fiber.

Now, in 2017, Google Fiber is being connected to homes in Kansas City, Kansas, Kansas City, Missouri and other selected cities across the country.

You can read more news and information about Google Fiber via the Google Fiber blog feed below.


From the Google Fiber Blog:

Hey, did you hear Google Fiber won the Gold Stevie Award for Customer Service Department of the Year in Telecommunications for the second year in a row? We are pretty proud to be able to serve our customers, so you might have heard it if you stopped by a Fiber [...]
Mon, Mar 05, 2018
Via Google Fiber Blog
Wednesday marked the end of Black History Month - and what a month it was! Google Fiber is proud to have celebrated with community partners across our Fiber cities. We hosted over two dozen events across the country that focused on encouraging meaningful conversations, celebrating accomplishments, and giving participants [...]
Fri, Mar 02, 2018
Via Google Fiber Blog
What do curling and Google Fiber have in common? Well for starters, in curling the objective is to deliver rocks into the house, much like we deliver fiber to the home. Also the sport is growing fast - fast like a gig of Internet, and it's gaining fans all over [...]
Fri, Feb 23, 2018
Via Google Fiber Blog
Google Fiber is proud to be a member of some of the most vibrant, diverse, and culturally rich communities in America. Last fall, we collaborated with local artists, community partners and art institutions to create thirteen murals in five of our Fiber cities. Each of these new art pieces in [...]
Fri, Feb 16, 2018
Via Google Fiber Blog
We're excited to announce that Access has a new leader to move the Google Fiber and Webpass businesses forward.Dinesh (Dinni) Jain, an accomplished veteran of the U.S. and European cable and telecommunications industries — most recently as Chief Operating Officer at Time Warner Cable — starts as CEO of Access [...]
Tue, Feb 06, 2018
Via Google Fiber Blog