An year ago Google announced Google Fiber, an ambitious broadband service to the users in US that provides data transfers at 1Gbps. After 18 months of announcement, the service is getting rolled out in a small residential neighbourhood affiliated with Stanford University.
One reddit user who lives in that area got access to Google Fiber and he posted the speedtest.net results of the broadband service. The uploads maxed out at 92 Mbps and downloads at 151Mbps. That’s an incredible speed.
When are the other broadband providers going to awake and try to compete with Google?