Google has started work on installing its ultra high speed broadband network in Kansas City.
It wasn't long ago that cities around the country were competing to become the pilot city for Google's 1Gbit fiber internet project. However, now that we know which city is getting the high-speed internet service, it's time to start preparations for the network's installation. Google today revealed via the official Google Fiber blog that it's kicking off detail engineering in Kansas City.
So, Kansas City residents, if you see men wandering about, measuring telephone poles or asking 'simple questions' (according to Lo, they might want to know your address), don't freak out. They're the internet fairies and they've come to make sure your internet is faster than ever. Just be sure to verify they work for Google before telling them where you live.