|March 25, 2013|
|Google Fiber Expanding To Olathe, Kansas|
|By Zach Walton|
| Earlier this year, Google CEO Larry Page hinted that Google Fiber would be coming to more cities in the future. The hint renewed cities’ efforts to attract Google Fiber to their communities, but only one city has emerged victorious in its attempt to lure Google to their community.
Google announced today that Olathe, Kansas is to be the next recipient of Google Fiber. The company says that the Olathe City Council approved Google Fiber this week, and that Google will now work on bringing the gigabit Internet service to their community.
So why did Olathe get Google Fiber? A major reason seems to be its ability to attract new businesses. [...]
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