Google Viber It is a gigabit home internet service owned by Google. Accessing new territories has been slow over the past few years, but Google has now revealed where it’s headed next.
In today’s blog post, Google said, “Our team has spent several months traveling across the country, talking to cities in search of the best way to provide better internet access to residents and business owners as quickly as possible.” Fiber is currently only available in 12 metro areas across the United States, including Atlanta, GA, Huntsville, Alanta, Nashville, Tenn, and Orange County, California. Few cities have fiber lanewhere high-speed Internet is delivered with wireless technology, such as home Internet services provided by mobile phone networks such as Verizon and T-Mobile.
Google is currently in talks with city leaders in Arizona, Colorado, Nebraska, Nevada, and Idaho To roll out fiber-optic internet – these states do not currently include areas covered by Google Fiber. The company did not name every specific area in those states, but the approval process is left to city councils and other local governments.
The only new city confirmed so far is Mesa City, Arizona, which Google announced on July 1 and was Approved by the city on July 14. Mesa is the third largest city in Arizona, after Phoenix (the capital) and Tucson, with It has a population of more than 500,000 people.
Google Fiber was one of the first internet service providers to offer gigabit speeds to homes in the US when it was founded in 2010. However, Google has struggled to bring it into new areas in recent years, since laying cables underground and creating other infrastructure is a time-consuming process. And expensive. The company attempted a new cable burial in Louisville, Kentucky to speed up the process, but with results so poor that Google stopped working in the region in 2019. Utility poles are another way to deliver fibers to residential sites, but Legal battles with rivals like AT&T and Verizon It also made it difficult.