After the high of launching yesterday, there are three elements of the Google Fiber announcement that aren’t so awesome. Outside of the compelling pricing, the free service at low-end speeds and the blazing fast speeds, there are a few things that are letdowns of a sort.
Google doesn’t want to share: Soon after announcing plans to build its fiber to the home network Google pledged it would offer an open network that other service providers could use. Then it began backtracking. When I asked Milo Medin, the VP of Access for Google, yesterday about if the network would be open he said it wouldn’t at launch. This makes economic sense given how Google is trying to sign up future users in big groups where it can efficiently deploy its infrastructure.
But disturbingly, when I asked if this meant it would open up the network some time later…
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