Google WiFi Goes Live

Google WiFi Goes Live

Google's Mountain View WiFi network that cost almost a million dollars to build went live at 9pm PST on Aug 15th.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 16 august 2006

Google’s Mountain View WiFi network that cost almost a million dollars to build went live at 9pm PST on Aug 15th, GigaOM reports:

Chris Sacca, Head of Special Initiatives at Google says that at present the company is offering a one-megabit per second connection for everyone, and will tweak the capacity depending on how people use the network. For instance if a lot of people are watching online videos, then the capacity might get a booster shot.

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