Google is silent on Fiber's future

11/20/2013 | Network World · CNET

Google has seemingly slowed its plans to introduce 1 gigabit-per-second Internet service to more markets after launches in the Kansas City area and in Provo, Utah, and a planned 2014 launch in Austin, Texas. The apparent slowdown has led to speculation about Google's ultimate intentions. Google Fiber, however, is not the fastest broadband service in the U.S. That honor, according to speed tests from Ookla, apparently belongs to rural Ephrata, Wash., where the Grant County Public Utilities District invested $146 million to create a high-speed backbone.

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