Tag Archives: Google Fiber

Grandview, Missouri Is The Next City To Get Google Fiber

While the actual rollout of Google Fiber is not quite fast, the amount of cities that are announced to get it is growing at a pretty unbelievable rate. The newest city invited into a pretty exclusive club is Grandview, Missouri. A neighbor to Kansas City, Grandview’s board voted to bring Google Fiber to the city. This means Google can start the planning… Read more

Google Intends To Bring Google Fiber To Provo, Utah

It looks like Google is bringing Fiber to a third city, this time in Utah! For those living in Provo, Utah, just know that we are all jealous. Google is in the process of buying the iProvo fiber optic network from the city, which has to go through a vote by city council (on April 23rd). But once it passes, they will start upgrading the network to… Read more

Google May be Bringing Fiber To Austin, Texas

Google has announced that it will be making a big announcement with the city of Austin, Texas. They did not state what the announcement was about, but they say it’s really important. So important, in fact, that over 100 community leaders and elected officials will be there. Here is the full statement by Google: On Tuesday, April 9, at 11 a.m., the… Read more

Google Fiber Moving Outside Of Kansas City To Olathe, Kansas

Google Fiber may be the best thing to happen to home internet in a long time. With gigabit speeds for very low prices, along with TV service (and a free Nexus 7!), it’s the desire of many nerds and regulars alike. However, it’s limited to very few people. Kansas City has had Google Fiber for a while, but now Google is expanding to Olathe, Kansas. This… Read more

Google bring us up to speed on Google Fiber

Google has had their 1 gigabit-per-second Internet access in the pre-deployment stages for quite some time now. The original plan was to get communities from across the nation to put in a request for Google Fiber, which 1,100 did, and announce the winner of where the trial for the service would begin by the end of the year. Today, Google has announced… Read more