Google has been an innovator since its debut and it just keep getting better. Apps and sites such as “Google Earth” and “Google +” have become highly successful in their niche markets. Google is looking to innovate one more time, by offering its own Internet service, called “Google Fiber.”
“Google Fiber” could just be the future of the Internet. It has a connection that is 100 times faster than the best broadband Internet connection. The average broadband speed is about 5 Mbps. At its slowest, “Google Fiber” will run at 500 Mbps. At its fastest, it will run at 1,000 Mbps.
This kind of broadband speed is unprecedented. It offers nearly instantaneous download speeds. No more waiting on those pictures and videos: simply click “save” and they’ll be on your computer. Internet speeds like this will make playing online games and just about everything you do online so much easier.
Just imagine playing your favorite online game with no lag. Even the best broadband connections can get clogged with traffic, which can ruin your gaming experience. With “Google Fiber” you won’t have to worry about slowdowns, lags, or dropped games.
The secret to “Google Fiber” lies in its high-definition cable connection. HD cables are incredibly thick, which lets them send more data per second than any other broadband connection. “Google Fiber” will also be compatible with HD televisions, to give you the clearest possible picture available on the market today.
“Google Fiber” will be compatible with a wide variety of Android and iOS devices. With “Google Fiber” these devices can be used as remote controls for your television, or computer. You can also use “Google Fiber” directly on such devices, without the use of a television or computer.
Hook your DVR up to a “Google Fiber” connected television, and you can record up to eight shows at the same time. No more agonizing about what show to record. You can now record as many as you want and keep them indefinitely.
“Google Fiber” comes with a groundbreaking two terabytes of storage and one terabyte of cloud storage. “Google Fiber” offers up to 200 HD channels and movies through their “On Demand” service. This gives you access to all the entertainment options you’ll ever need.
Right now, “Google Fiber” is only available in three cities: Austin, Texas; Kansas City, Missouri; and Provo, Utah. If it succeeds in these cities, it is likely to spread across the country in no time.read more