Google instala fibra optica, y Gigabit por segundo, hasta los domicilios en area de Kansas. El futuro? Ya!
“That may be Google’s greatest early achievement. Its project — even if it never broadens beyond Kansas City — has drawn fresh attention to the problem of higher cable bills, poor customer service and low speeds in many parts of the nation, local officials say.
“This should make other mayors of cities very jealous and really make people unhappy about the status quo of wired Internet access in their cities,” said Susan Crawford, a former technology advisor to President Obama and author of “Captive Audience,” a new book on cable and phone monopolies.
“What this does is, for the first time, it allows people to question the status quo,” she said.”