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Finally getting my google fiber installed today.
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Finally getting my google fiber installed today.
Now the man will be watching you and anything on your network.

On a serious note, it is awesome. Speeds are redic.
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Kansas Legislature Wants To Stop Any Other Kansas Cities From Getting Google Fiber



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The Kansas state legislature is currently considering a bill that would prohibit municipalities in that state from building out their own municipal broadband networks. Completely coincidentally of course we’re sure, Kansas City is home to the country’s first Google Fiber municipal network.
The bill, called the “municipal communications network and private telecommunications investment safeguards act,” has as its stated goals to:
  • Ensure that video, telecommunications and broadband services are provided through fair competition … in order to provide the widest possible diversity of sources of information, news and entertainment to the general public
  • Encourage the development and widespread use of technological advances in providing video, telecommunications and broadband services at competitive rates
  • Ensure that video, telecommunications and broadband services are each provided within a consistent, comprehensive and nondiscriminatory federal, state and local government framework
To that supposed end of increased competition and innovation in the broadband marketplace, the bill (PDF) specifies:
Except with regard to unserved areas, a municipality may not, directly or indirectly:
(1) Offer to provide to one or more subscribers, video, telecommunications or broadband service; or
(2) purchase, lease, construct, maintain or operate any facility for the purpose of enabling a private business or entity to offer, provide, carry, or deliver video, telecommunications or broadband service to one or more subscribers.
The exemption for “unserved areas” isn’t much of an exemption. Rather than being for underserved areas, where competition and increased speeds would still be very welcomed, the exemption for unserved areas has a very specific and limited definition. An unserved area is “one or more contiguous census blocks within the legal boundaries of a municipality” where 9 out of 10 households don’t have access to fixed broadband, mobile broadband, or satellite broadband at the “minimum transmission speed” defined by the FCC–currently a download speed of 3 Mbps.
The proposed law would not apply retroactively to existing networks, meaning that Kansas City would be allowed to keep its Google Fiber, but that no other city in the state would be able to make the same leap.
Kansas City laid out significant incentives for Google to come hook up their city to a speedy, reliable network. Existing broadband providers like Time Warner Cable did not particularly appreciate Google’s receiving those incentives. Cable companies in general are not exactly fans of municipal networks. And yet the added competition among broadband carriers, or even the specter of it, works out well for consumers.
A law that claims to protect competition by prohibiting competitors from entering the field? That’s an interesting trick. In its very limited expansion so far, municipal fiber doesn’t seem to end competition as much as it seems to increase it.
Other states have attempted similar legislation in recent years; a bill barring municipal broadband in Georgia failed to pass in 2013.
Kansas Legislature Introduces Bill to Limit Internet Investment [Community Broadband Networks via GigaOm]




(FWIW this was a bill that was submitted "anonomously" the lady in charge in Topeka is Senator Lynn (From Olathe) @Senatorlynn on Twitter (need to verify)




I also heard that it's backed by AT&T
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There was a post on reddit about this that basically called the headline a lie. That isn't the point of the bill.
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Saw this yesterday. I have a small feeling and hoping it gets overturned.
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Saw this yesterday. I have a small feeling and hoping it gets overturned.
There was a similar bill in Ga. that got overturned (exact same language)

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There was a post on reddit about this that basically called the headline a lie. That isn't the point of the bill.
So what's the real deal? I don't go to that site. I was listening to the radio this morning and then read a little about it.
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*EDIT: I found the reddit thread : http://www.reddit.com/r/kansascity/c..._other_kansas/

Also the Bill: http://www.kslegislature.org/li/b201...easures/sb304/
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I was listening to the radio this morning and then read a little about it.
Me too, Danny Boi was pretty pist.

edit: I guess it would depend on Google's relationship with the cities. If they are installing as contractors, there might be a problem.
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A pack of digital wolves will descend upon the lawmakers who fuck with Google Fiber. Ask OP residents what they think of their city council regarding Google Fiber.
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Isn't the bill basically stopping municipalities from creating their own network? Since Google isn't a municipality it doesn't really matter..?
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My apartment complex put out a flyer saying we will be the first complex in the northland to get it installed!! Hell yeah
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This reddit thread does a better job at ignoring any Google Fiber tie in folks are trying to pull.

http://www.reddit.com/r/technology/c...ies_outlawing/
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Cable lobbyists seem to be buckling under the pressure of consumer unrest in Kansas. Last week, the Kansas Cable Telecommunications Association announced a protectionist bill that would all but squash some city’s hopes of getting improved broadband service. On Monday, the KCTA, whose members include Cox, Time Warner Cable, and Eagle Communications, said they would “tweak” the bill’s language to make it less restrictive, Ars Technia reports.
While it wasn’t specified how the language would be tweaked, officials with the board maintain the bill was created with the protection of consumers in mind.
KCTA president John Federico told Ars Technica the board stands firm on their belief that municipalities should not use taxpayer dollars to directly compete with private telecom providers.
Under the bill’s (PDF) current language, cities and towns may not provide to one or more subscribers, video, telecommunications, or broadband service, with the exception of unserved areas. The bill goes on to define unserved as an area where 90% of the households lack access to broadband service.
The bill also garnered attention for its restrictions on public-private partnerships, that could prevent future broadband programs, similar to Google Fiber, from operating in the state. Kansas City is home to the country’s first Google Fiber municipal network, which is in direct competition with Time Warner Cable in the area.
Federico denied the bill had anything to do with Google entering the telecommunications fray in Kansas City.
Kansas City laid out significant incentives for Google to come hook up their city to a speedy, reliable network. Existing broadband providers like Time Warner Cable did not particularly appreciate Google’s receiving those incentives. Cable companies in general are not exactly fans of municipal networks. And yet the added competition among broadband carriers, or even the specter of it, works out well for consumers.
The bill was scheduled for discussion Tuesday, but KCTA members said they would ask for a postponement.
Other states have attempted similar legislation in recent years; a bill barring municipal broadband in Georgia failed to pass in 2013.
Cable lobby will “tweak” bill banning municipal broadband in Kansas [Ars Technica]
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Google looking to boost Google Fiber speeds up to ridiculous 10Gbps




Even as Time Warner Cable keeps arguing that people really don’t want super-fast Internet, Google is plowing ahead with plans to make its Google Fiber network even more of a beast. USA Today reports that Google CFO Patrick Pichette told the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet conference this week that Google is working on technology that will boost Fiber speeds up to 10Gbps, or around 10 times what they already deliver. In what reads like a veiled barb against other American ISPs, Pichette pointedly said that there was no reason to wait when it comes to deploying the fastest Internet technology available.
“That’s where the world is going, it’s going to happen,” Pichette told the Goldman conference. “Why wouldn’t we make it available in three years? That’s what we’re working on. There’s no need to wait.”


Google Fiber is already by far the fastest broadband service in the United States although its reach is limited because Google is only offering it in three marks so far: Kansas City, Austin, Texas and Provo, Utah. Pichette unfortunately didn’t give any specifics on whether Google Fiber would be expanding to more markets in the near future and only told everyone to “stay tuned” about expansion announcements
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Over the last few years, gigabit Internet has moved from idea to reality, with dozens of communities (PDF) working hard to build networks with speeds 100 times faster than what most of us live with today. People are hungrier than ever for faster Internet, and as a result, cities across America are making speed a priority. Hundreds of mayors from across the U.S. have stated (PDF) that abundant high-speed Internet access is essential for sparking innovation, driving economic growth and improving education. Portland, Nashville (PDF) and dozens of others have made high-speed broadband a pillar of their economic development plans. And Julian Castro, the mayor of San Antonio, declared in June that every school should have access to gigabit speeds by 2020.

We've long believed that the Internet’s next chapter will be built on gigabit speeds, so it’s fantastic to see this momentum. And now that we’ve learned a lot from our Google Fiber projects in Kansas City, Austin and Provo, we want to help build more ultra-fast networks. So we’ve invited cities in nine metro areas around the U.S.—34 cities altogether—to work with us to explore what it would take to bring them Google Fiber.
We aim to provide updates by the end of the year about which cities will be getting Google Fiber. Between now and then, we’ll work closely with each city’s leaders on a joint planning process that will not only map out a Google Fiber network in detail, but also assess what unique local challenges we might face. These are such big jobs that advance planning goes a long way toward helping us stick to schedules and minimize disruption for residents.

We’re going to work on a detailed study of local factors that could affect construction, like topography (e.g., hills, flood zones), housing density and the condition of local infrastructure. Meanwhile, cities will complete a checklist of items that will help them get ready for a project of this scale and speed. For example, they’ll provide us with maps of existing conduit, water, gas and electricity lines so that we can plan where to place fiber. They’ll also help us find ways to access existing infrastructure—like utility poles—so we don’t unnecessarily dig up streets or have to put up a new pole next to an existing one.

While we do want to bring Fiber to every one of these cities, it might not work out for everyone. But cities who go through this process with us will be more prepared for us or any provider who wants to build a fiber network. In fact, we want to give everyone a boost in their thinking about how to bring fiber to their communities; we plan to share what we learn in these 34 cities, and in the meantime you can check out some tips in a recent guest post on the Google Fiber blog by industry expert Joanne Hovis. Stay tuned for updates, and we hope this news inspires more communities across America to take steps to get to a gig.

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I know it's whiny, and I used to work on that project so I totally get that it takes time, but my God you'd think they would at least make a dent in the KC market before going into other markets.

The initial two sets of fiberhoods aren't even finished yet; North KCMO and South KCMO haven't been announced for timelines and JOCO is in the distant future, probably several years out at minimum.

Seems like they're in a bit over their heads, but what do I know
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I know it's whiny, and I used to work on that project so I totally get that it takes time, but my God you'd think they would at least make a dent in the KC market before going into other markets.

The initial two sets of fiberhoods aren't even finished yet; North KCMO and South KCMO haven't been announced for timelines and JOCO is in the distant future, probably several years out at minimum.

Seems like they're in a bit over their heads, but what do I know
I signed up for fiber in December and still haven't gotten it
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I signed up the day it was available, and I have had it for 10 months. Living for the city is great.
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They dug the lines a few weeks ago here...waiting patiently. Most of the Northland is ready for install. I stopped and talked to the contractors.
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are the speeds really that fast or is this just overhyped??
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Is gigabit speed fast? Are you serious?
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