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Google to pay Louisville, Ky., $3.84 million to cover Fiber pullout

by • 6 months ago

The company announced in February that it would be ending its high-speed internet service after not placing its cables deep enough underground.

Louisville, Ky., loses Google Fiber after company placed lines too shallow

by • 8 months ago

Google said it will end service in Louisville on April 15, though the city says it has other options, including a growing municipal fiber network.

What's happening to Google Fiber?

by • 3 years ago

With staff reassignments and new management, the search giant's gigabit broadband business is clearly adjusting course, but Google maintains that its core mission hasn't changed.

How 2017 will transform broadband opportunities for local governments

by • 3 years ago

Commentary: Christopher Mitchell of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance predicts new connectivity opportunities and an altered broadband landscape as a pro-business Trump administration prepares to disrupt the status quo.

Louisville, AT&T square off over law to bring high-speed broadband providers to region

by • 4 years ago

The telecom giant is taking the Kentucky city to court over an ordinance aimed at luring companies like Google Fiber to the area.

L.A. moves on plans to expand broadband access

by • 4 years ago

Officials in Los Angeles are reviewing proposals from vendors angling to help stand up the city's municipal broadband program.

Google Fiber eyes L.A., Chicago for super-fast service

by • 4 years ago

The cities still must meet Google's data, infrastructure access, permitting and construction requirements.

Atlanta's CIO lays groundwork for a smarter city

by • 5 years ago

When Samir Saini came on board as Atlanta's CIO, he knew he had to reorganize IT operations. But he also set out to expand the city's use of fiber optics to make city operations smarter.

Gigabit fiber Internet headed to Michigan

by • 5 years ago

While Google initially passed up putting fiber in place in Michigan, smaller companies in the state are working to roll out the service.

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