Google Fiber Upgrade – Hello Wireless 802.11ac!

[slideshow_deploy id=’3328′] For almost two years, the 4454 House in the Kansas City Startup Village has been connected to Google Fiber. Needless to say, the startup entrepreneurs have been on cloud nine as they enjoy some of the fastest broadband speeds

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Google Fiber Speed Tests – Round Two

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We’re back with round two of our Google Fiber speed tests.  This time, we’ve got a few new pieces of information, as well as some new hardware to put to the test. In our previous tests, we were hitting a

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Google Fiber Speed Tests – Round One

Now that the media frenzy surrounding the first public installation of Google Fiber into the #KCSV 4454 House has calmed down for the most part, we can finally get down to geeking out and testing the actual service.  We’ve seen

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Google Fiber + 802.11ac + Netgear R6300 = True Gigabit Wireless

For quite sometime now, the fastest wireless speed commonly available has rested squarely on the shoulders of the 802.11n protocol.  With it’s MIMO (Multiple Input, Multiple Output) technology, network devices transmitting signals using the 802.11n (more commonly referred to as

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