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Google is working towards 10 gigabit connections

14
Feb
2014

Google is working on technology that would deliver data at speeds of 10 gigabits per second, 10 times the bandwidth of current Google Fiber connections, according to a new report in USA Today. Its going to happen, Google CFO Patrick Pichette said on a call with Goldman Sachs. The technology is still in a research phase, and Pichette made clear it may take years before the connections are ready to be implemented on a consumer scale. Still, he made clear that Google has no intention of stopping the 1 gigabit speeds currently offered by Google Fiber.

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