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engadget : Google Fiber to test home wireless internet in up to 24 US areas

Google Fiber to test home wireless internet in up to 24 US areas

Google Fiber to test home wireless internet in up to 24 US areas

Some of the locations include those where wired Fiber is already operating, like San Francisco, but not all, like Boulder, Colorado, Provo, Utah and Reston, Virginia, as Re/code points out.The company chose said cities for their radio propagation environment, buildings and foliage to test interference, pre-existing Google infrastructure and “existence of partners who may participate in the tests,” according to the filing.This may be in part referring to Webpass, the ISP Google acquired back in June that already served point-to-point wireless and fiber internet to tens of thousands of customers.

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Google Fiber wants to start testing wireless internet to homes in over a dozen U.S. cities

Google Fiber wants to start testing wireless internet to homes in over a dozen U.S. cities

At first, Google Fiber delivered super-fast internet through fiber pipes.Now it’s moving to do that without any pipes at all — and may soon be offering that option in more places.A new FCC filing reveals that Alphabet’s internet and cable arm is seeking permission to test wireless broadband tech in 24 U.S. locations, including at least 12 cities.

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Google Fiber plans to use cheap wireless tech to beat the cable guys

Google Fiber plans to use cheap wireless tech to beat the cable guys

Back in April, Recode told you about the next chapter in Google Fiber: An ambitious plan to beam wireless into homes.Today, on Alphabet’s second-quarter earnings call, the company gave its most public acknowledgment that wireless is the linchpin of its strategy to take on the large cable and broadband industry.“We continue to see Fiber as a huge market opportunity,” said CFO Ruth Porat, citing the company’s efforts to push “the frontier with tech applications.”She continued: “We’re exploring both Fiber and wireless, and you may have seen our recent acquisition of Webpass.” Fiber snapped up the small internet provider Webpass, which relies on wireless tech to serve city markets.

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