Google plans to expand fiber services to three more cities

By | September 11, 2015


Internet has now become one of the essential parts for everyday life and everyone wants to have high speed network. Google has already announced about its super fast one gigabit per second internet service.

Now the company has announced that it is planning to expand its Google Fiber super-fast internet services to three more cities of America. The search giant has told about this expansion through a blog post on Thursday that it is considering starting a joint planning process with the leaders of city to bring super-fast fiber network to three more cities.

Jill Szuchmacher, Director of Google Fiber Expansion said, “we’ll work with Irvine, Louisville and San Diego to conduct a detailed study of factors that affect construction, such as local topography, housing density, and the condition of existing infrastructure. Meanwhile, cities will complete a checklist of items—such as providing a map of utility lines—that will prepare them for a large-scale fiber build.”

Planning to expand fiber network to these cities doesn’t mean that they are going to get this super-fast internet service very soon. It has started planning so it may take months or year to implement it. There is no fixed time frame for the process of expansion of fiber network as the company is facing different challenges from each city.