Google Fiber Aims To Deliver Home Internet Service Wirelessly
June 9, 2016
As Alphabet looks to bring internet service to more homes, its Google Fiber unit is experimenting with wireless delivery -- a means that could cost substantially less than laying cable.
Alphabet is aiming to expand its Internet connectivity service beyond laying cables for its Google Fiber. It's toying with the idea of beaming wireless service to homes.
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