The Google Fiber disruption model

Google's Fibre-to-the-Home experiment in Kansas throws a spanner in the works for those who believe that low-speed broadband based on copper is sufficient for our broadband future.

The Google Fiber project is receiving a lot of international attention, which is a good thing given that it showcases the benefits of high-speed Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH) infrastructure to a large numbers of people in business and government. 

It will also immediately provide a substantial boost to any other company in the world that is currently rolling out FttH and instil confidence in investors considering such projects.


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