Google Fiber Is Coming to Las Vegas





This week Google Fiber announced plans to bring its GFiber to Las Vegas with speeds up to 8 Gig. All of this is contingent on a City Council vote on June 5, 2024, for final approval.

“Over the past decade, Las Vegas has been one of the fastest growing cities in the country, attracting new people and businesses daily. GFiber is looking forward to connecting this vibrant community to great internet service, with symmetrical speeds up to 8 gig, as it continues to grow.” Google said in a statement on its blog.

Google Fiber offers speeds of 1 Gig, 2 Gig, 5 Gig, or 8 Gig depending on availability. GFiber also has plans to offer 20 Gig internet with Wi-Fi 7 in the future.

Instead of the copper wires used by traditional cable companies, GFiber provides high-speed internet by fiber optic cables or a combination of fiber optic and wireless millimeter wave.

So far, GFiber is available in 18 states with plans to add more. GFiber announced its plans to talk to city leaders to bring the internet service to cities in Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, Nebraska, and Idaho in 2022.

“We’re living in a world that has finally caught up to the idea that high-speed, reliable internet — at gigabit speeds — is no longer a bold idea or a ‘nice to have,’” GFiber’s CEO Dinni Jain said at the time.

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