More availability to internet conduits and competition will help drive down prices and make access more…accessible to the masses. It’ll be interesting to see how Google Fiber works out! –techcommgeekmom
Google just announced that it’s invited cities in nine metro areas across the US to explore “what it would take” to bring its Google Fiber gigabit internet service to more locations. “People are hungrier than ever for faster Internet, and as a result, cities across America are making speed a priority,” Google says. “We’ve long believed that the Internet’s next chapter will be built on gigabit speeds, so it’s fantastic to see this momentum.” Google says up to 34 cities in all could potentially receive Fiber service. The nine metro areas where those cities are located include:
Phi Beta Iota: The health benefits of this are quite substantial. Electromagnetic pollution is doing terrible things, especially to our emergency responders but generally to all those using wireless devices.