Google Launches Beta-Test Network in Stanford

  • FTTH
STANFORD, CA - Getting ready for the main event in the two Kansas Cities, Google began turning up an 850-home gigabit fiber network at a Stanford University faculty housing subdivision, according to an article in the Stanford Daily.

The Stanford network will be used to test new technologies and techniques that Google is evaluating for use in its larger FTTH deployments.

According to the article, residents must pay for installation but will then receive free service for a year. At the end of a year, they will have to pay to continue to receive services; Google says services will be competitively priced.

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