In October 2011, Google senior vice president David Drummond said that the company is considering a potential fiber network project in a European country. But, back in the States, the first Google fiber project is still underway in Kansas City, Kansas.
You might ordinarily care only about Kansas City when the word following it is "barbecue," but any self-respecting IT professional (read: geek) wants to know about getting the fastest possible networking.
The Google fiber network means good things for Kansas City businesses, sure. But the Kansas City experiment can also help your business prepare for the speedy new technology. Several dozen Kansas City community members have joined forces to help the city, its businesses and organizations, and citizens prepare for the new city-wide infrastructure. By working together, they plan to make the most of the fiber network, while also laying a roadmap for other communities to follow.
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