Google Fiber: 1 GBPS Internet Speed Coming To India

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It seems that coming year 2015 will be the great year for Indian internet users as Google may makes a history over Indian Internet. According to the initials reports its is indicating that Google is going to introduce its fasted 1 GBps internet speed "Google Fiber" service in India.

There is a discussion on this matter between the IT Ministry and Google Fiber team to bring this amazing optical fiber based broadband services in India.

Google Fiber is Google’s own broadband services which provides Internet speed upto 1000 MBPS or 1 GBPS. It is one of the most important evolution of internet on 2012. First time 1 Gbps speed internet was introduced in Kansas City, US.

With the Google Fiber speed users can download a HD movie in 33 seconds. As of now, Google is planning to expand the services to 34 more cities in the USA. During the launch of Google Fiber in Kansas City in 2011, a Google official said, “Our internet is 100 times faster. Our TV has hundreds of channels in crystal clear HD. And we’re offering quality service plans that are affordable,”.

As in countries like India where two-third of the entries population is not connected with internet and those who are connected is having a average internet speed of 2Mbps. Introducing the Google Fiber in this will be quite tough for Google but will definitely helps in evolution of the country's internet speed.  

In India Google's biggest challenge before to setup fiber connection is getting license, as any ISP in India who wish to provide a broadband services needs to get licenses which are auctioned, and the price may shoot upto thousands of crores of rupees. This will alternately high the package price of the fiber connection.

Another alternate way to start fiber service is to partner with the existing ISP, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL). But may Google will not opt with this. If in case Google starts the service in India then this will change the internet history of India. 
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