Friday, February 14, 2014

Google Fiber Coming to More Cities? Probably

Bandwidth growth for a high-end user since 1984Google Fiber now is available in three U.S. cities, but Patrick Pichette, Google CFO suggests people should "stay tuned," when asked whether additional cities will be added. 



Since the middle of 2013, Google execs have been saying that Google Fiber actually was a money maker for Google, not an experiment, or simply a way to apply pressure on other major ISPs to upgrade their speeds.



Some might say the evidence since 1983 suggests that improvements in Internet access speed grows at almost the rate Moore's Law would predict.



  Annualized
Growth Rate
Compound
Growth Over
10 Years
Nielsen's LawInternet bandwidth50%57×
Moore's LawComputer power60%100×











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