Google Fiber, a ultra high-speed network launched in Kansas City

Google launched  Google Fiber, a ultra high-speed network  in Kansas City, USA. Google promising access speeds more than 100 times faster than those of traditional US cable and telecommunications companies. Google Fiber is a project to build an experimental broadband internet network infrastructure using fiber-optic communication.

The service will offer three options. These include a free broadband internet option, a 1Gbps internet option for $70 per month and a version that includes television service for $120 per month. The internet service include 1 terabit of Google Drive service and the television service includes a 1 terabit DVR recorder in addition to the Google Drive service. The DVR will record up to eight live television shows simultaneously. The television options also includes a Nexus 7 tablet that will act as a remote control for the system. In addition, television service will also stream live program content on iPad and Android tablet computers.

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