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Why Is Google Fiber the Country’s Only Super-Speed Internet?

• Wired.com
 But any shame felt by the country’s big-name ISPs has yet to produce the sort of ultra-high-speed internet services we’ve all been hoping for.

In 2010, Google announced that it would bring a 1,000 megabit (1 gigabit) per second fiber internet service to one lucky American city. That’s one gigabit per second streaming across the wire — or about 10 times the speed you’re used to and more than three times the speed you’d get from Verizon’s existing 300 megabit per second fiber optic service, FiOS.

The search giant insisted it had no intention of becoming an internet service provider.

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