Google truly sizzles this year as it is firing in all cylinders. Google is as busy as a bee penetrating and/or making its presence felt further in various markets (smartphones, software, communications, payment services and the list goes on) and now becoming a potent force in Fiber Optics, a communications medium that pounces on light to transfer data from one place to another fast, efficient and safe.
Google is poised to make life more easier for internet users that are based in the North Carolina, as the technology and internet giant is tipped to announce that it will erect the cutting edge Google Fiber service in Raleigh-Durham and Charlotte.
Sources that are knowledgeable about Google’s endeavor, have said to Techwire that Google has slated its special “Save the Date” event on January 28th and 29th to make the formal announcements along with the invited officials from the two cities. There are also earlier reports that have stated that drill crews may start working on the fiber network this April.
Google Fiber, which is armed with break-neck gigabit internet speed is already serving Austin, Texas, Kansas City, Missouri, and Provo, Utah.
The cities of Raleigh-Durham and Charlotte were listed as potential candidate cities for the service a year ago and are tipped to be the next site for the Google Fiber.