Think it's crazy speak to claim 100 times faster Internet? Actually, according to Akamai's State of the Internet 4Q2011, the average American only experiences speeds of 5.8 Mb/sec, while Google Fiber offers up to 1,000 Mb/sec download and upload. Service not available in all areas. If you're already cruising mighty fast on the Internet, the actual increase in performance you experience may differ.
The World War I Museum joins 400+ Cultural Institute partners. It's the Cultural Institute’s second partner in Missouri (the Nelson-Atkins Museum is the first), and its first non-art museum in the state.
Mayor Sly James will be attending and speaking, and the event is open to the public. We'd love to see you there!
RSVP by emailing email@example.com. If you have questions, please call Debbie Bass at 816-888-8106 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many scientists spend their lives investigating things that will make our lives better in the future, but what happens when today's technology slows them down? Imagine working with massive amounts of data for projects like the Human Genome Project and having to send your findings back and forth in hard drives via snail mail.
Well, not anymore. The DOE's "ESnet" connects scientists across the U.S. at a whopping 91 Gbps! Now that's fast. And a future of fast Internet is something we're really excited about.
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When: Thursday, July 10 at 6:30PM (doors open at 5:30)
Where: Google Fiber Space at 1814 Westport Rd.
From Brave to Monsters U to Frozen, we look forward to another great movie night with you!
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Don't forget! Today is the last day for Kansas City Northeast residents to sign up for Google Fiber: http://goo.gl/pJu9qL