Google has been busy installing its super-fast broadband network Fiber to three big cities in the United States – Kansas City, Austin and Provo, Utah. This has sparked discussion about where they might go next. Suppose Google wants to install Fiber everywhere. Just what would that entail and at what cost?
Here is an infographic with a few speculative stats about how long it would take for Google Fiber to cover the rest of the human population, based its current rate of expansion.
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