Google to offer fiber to end users

Henry Linneweh hrlinneweh at sbcglobal.net
Thu Feb 11 00:13:30 CST 2010


This is actually good new's, considering this line of thought 
began to look promising in 2000, other unmentioned providers
have business models not inclusive of this for another 10 years.

I think this at least shows American private industry that we are
at least attempting to catch up with Europe and China who already
have very high speed networks in the most brutal of environments,

I think all local governents should apply.

-henry




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From: Jorge Amodio <jmamodio at gmail.com>
To: Charles N Wyble <charles at knownelement.com>
Cc: Nanog <nanog at nanog.org>
Sent: Wed, February 10, 2010 6:39:14 PM
Subject: Re: Google to offer fiber to end users

> What do folks think?

I think it's a better use of their capital resources than paying big
fat bonuses to big fat executives.

Sounds like a well funded initiative that may provide an interesting
platform to explore new technologies and develop a new array of
applications.

It would be nice to hear from local folks about how the WiFi
experiment in Mountain View worked out.

My .02
Jorge


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