Current data transfer speed that the online search giant, Google, is providing is 1Gbps but they are already working on a system that will deliver a massive speed of 10Gbps. Patrick Pichette, the Chief Financial Officer of Google confirmed this during the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet conference. Google Fiber, a broadband service in America is certainly the fastest right now, but is limited to certain parts of the state. Pichette did not say anything about whether the technology will reach all over the United States or again will be limited to certain parts only.
According to Patrick Pichette, new Google Fiber system will be the next generation of Internet. The speed of 10Gbps will result to a boost in software use as well as software development. Software that uses a large amount of data will be able to run swiftly and accurately on the Internet. Google has a good grip on delivering high-speed broadband services and it has been working to deliver even higher speeds from past many years.
Google is working on the technology day and night in a hope to deliver 10-Gigabyte speed to customers, as soon as possible. The vast empire of the company has a team of professional technicians who say that the new Google Fiber might take 10 years to get ready for use, but they assure to deliver the service in next three years.
This invention will definitely turn out to be an advantage to many businesspersons. Now days, many businesses rely upon heavy use of internet and for them this kind of speed will certainly be a plus point. However, Pichette did not say anything regarding where the high-speed internet service will be available. Neither had he told anything about whether the Google Fiber broadband service will be expanded to other cities or not.
It is known about the search giant that it developed the high speed Google Fiber technology just to embarrass other broadband companies. Nevertheless, we do not know the truth. Might be, Google just wanted to experiment with the Internet service. Now the much heavier speed of 10Gbps will unquestionably put shame on the faces of all Internet providers who swear to give maximum speeds to customers but never are able to keep their promises. The number one problem that Google will be facing about providing this service all over the US is definitely politics.