Google puts expansion of fiber optic network on hold

Letter set, the parent of web mammoth Google, on Tuesday reported it was ending the rollout of its Google Fiber – 1 Gbps fiber optic remote administration, in a few markets.

In urban areas where benefit began or is being produced, work will press ahead, said Craig Barratt, leader of the Get to division that covers the Google Fiber extend.

However, other conceivable extension will be on hold, he said in a note on the organization site.

Barratt additionally declared that he himself will leave his post as the Get to CEO, while as yet assuming a part as a consultant to the organization.

The organization did not promptly say what number of occupations would be lost. Innovation news site Ars Technica gauges the slices could add up to nine percent of representatives.

Kansas City in 2011 turned into the principal city picked by the gathering to test its proposed ultra fast Google Fiber web organize, promising transmission rates of 100 times that of current systems.

It then extended to seven different US urban communities. Establishment work is at present in progress in four more urban areas including San Francisco.

An aggregate of eight more urban communities were being considered as potential applicants, incorporating San Jose in Silicon Valley, and also Los Angeles, Portland and Phoenix.

Despite the fact that the venture is hitting a delay catch, Letter set President Larry Page said it doesn’t mean the organization needs out of ultra broadband.

“I’m amped up for the capability of giving super quick web to more individuals,” Page said.

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