In what seems like a new twist, Google Fiber is offering speeds of 1 gigabit per second (Gbps) in the Google Fiber footprint.
This is a significant leap from the 1 Gbps speed Google announced earlier this year, which was still considered a very ambitious number.
While 1 Gbps is still a very promising number, we still don’t know how much faster Google Fiber will be.
The Google Fiber blog post doesn’t provide a lot of detail about what exactly the gigabit will actually be, but it does mention that it will be in the range of 100 Mbit/s, which is quite high.
It also claims that Google Fiber can achieve a maximum speed of 1 Gbit/sec.
It’s not clear how Google Fiber’s network will scale, but the company has previously said that it wants to offer 10 Gbps (10 Gbps is Google’s maximum).
It’s also unclear how many households Google Fiber plans to reach.
Google Fiber also doesn’t say exactly how much it will charge for gigabit speeds.
The article states that the speeds will be available to users in “small to medium business,” but the site doesn’t give any information about how much this might be.
Google said it plans to begin rolling out gigabit fiber in the next couple of months, and it’s already expanding gigabit service across a few markets.