Using its existing cable network, Comcast announces plans to roll out super high-speed internet service.
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Google Fibers recent purchase of a high-speed wireless company signals shift in plans.
Competition for fiber-enabled internet access speeds at net-neutrality pricing levels will benefit small businesses.
Time Warner Cable is trying to preempt Google Fiber by upgrading its existing internet network to a digital one–at no additional cost to subscribers.
Comcast announced it will offer Gigabit Pro, residential 2 Gigabit-per-second (Gbps) internet access service to more than 1.5 million customers in Atlanta starting in May (2015).
AT&T has announced it will be offering its fiber-cable broadband internet access service, “AT&T U-verse with GigaPower,” to six more U.S. cities.
Cox Communications has now joined Google Fiber and AT&T in announcing plans to offer super-fast fiber access to the internet.
Testing what incentives municipalities are willing to offer for Gigabit-speed internet access, AT&T joins Google in fiber trial-balloon announcement.