Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Residents of Mountain View, California now have free broadband wireless access.

The Wi-Fi network Google built for Mountain View becomes generally available on Wednesday, providing free broadband wireless access in this California city that the search engine giant calls home.

Google's network includes 380 access points throughout this city, which has about 72,000 residents and covers a 12-square mile area, said Chris Sacca, Google's head of special initiatives.

It will offer 1 megabit per second of throughput both upstream and downstream, and that capacity can be increased if necessary, he said. Full Story...

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