Google compared the growth in processing power and storage to internet speed, pointing out that the latter hasn't kept up with the former. Google believes that its fiber will put data access speeds on the same exponential growth curve. Google also pointed out that the US is well behind other countries in terms of both speed and pricing.Google Fiber has finally arrived in Kansas City, offering crazy-fast broadband speeds and a new television service on both sides of the Kansas / Missouri state line.
After hinting that it would be unveiled today, the company has made it official. Google is touting 1,000 Mbps download and upload speeds, positioning its service as "100 times faster" than traditional "broadband."
Google says there will be no monthly bandwidth caps, no overages. It also comes with 1TB of cloud storage, included. Google Fiber will be a "great new TV experience." It's called "Google Fiber Television."