The Google Fiber for Communities has been looking for applicants to try their new technology. The innovative idea will allow communities to have an increased amount of bandwidth in area. It will allow searches, loading and other performance to be done at one gigabyte per second.
This will increase performance considerably. The community of Royal Oak is excited to have the opportunity and has received support from State Representative Marie Donigan.
The city of Royal Oak has many businesses that operate with a need for high technology, including Beaumont Hospital, one of the leading learning hospitals in the US.
Beaumont Hospital has received the US News and World Report 2010 award for “America’s Best Hospitals.” With all its innovation and research, including the 850 active research and clinical trials at Beaumont Hospital, it clearly deserves the best in IT communication and networking.
Royal Oak has a community of over 60,000 and is optimal for the Google Fiber Project. Although the decision has not been made as to what cities will be chosen, there have been over 600 applicants for this new program. To find out more about this project, visit www.fiberforcommunities.com.