Google invites nine cities to compete for the next open slot on its Gigabit Ethernet service list.
AT&T promises to match Google Fiber in the Texas town, but its initial plans only provide high-speed Internet to a fraction of the population.
Google Fiber’s next stop: Shawnee, Kansas.
However, Google still needs the Provo City Council to approve the agreement.
AT&T’s panicked press release about Google Fiber suggests the latter could change the national conversation on infrastructure.
If all goes according to plan, Google will begin connecting homes in Austin to Google Fiber in mid-2014.
A town in the Kansas City metropolitan area is the next recipient of Google’s ultra-speedy broadband network.
Google’s high-speed broadband network in Kansas City could expand if everything goes well.
Google is rolling out free Wi-Fi to New York City’s Chelsea neighborhood, mirroring its infrastructure work in other cities.
Google is expanding its high-speed broadband network in Kansas City, giving more neighborhoods access to big pipe for Big Data.