Telecommunications giant AT&T said that Cupertino, the home of tech goliath Apple, will be rolling out super-fast broadband service in the coming months. AT&T is as of now offering the broadband service, which delivers 1Gbps downloads and additionally 1Gbps transfers, in Austin, Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas. Furthermore it has affirmed plans to deliver the service in 11 extra urban communities: Cupertino, Charlotte, Greensboro, Houston, Jacksonville, Fla., Miami, Nashville, Overland Park, Kan., Raleigh-Durham, San Antonio, and Winston-Salem.
Altogether, AT&T has said it plans to stretch the 1Gbps Gigapower internet in up to 100 cities and districts over 25 business sectors across the country. Other Silicon Valley and Bay Area communities are still on the rundown, including, San Jose, San Francisco, and Mountain View, home of Google.
Despite the fact that most areas in the US could profit from a super fast network, for example, AT&T, delivering super-fast speed to occupants and new companies in the country's business hubs is liable to be an ensured hit. Also it could lead to innovations and organizations that will profit from it.
"Cupertino is leading the way in creating an environment that fosters innovation," the city's mayor Gilbert Wong said in a statement. "And the deployment of ultra-high-speed broadband service will further support innovation in our community, spur our local businesses, and result in even greater economic development in our city."
Silicon Valley in California is likewise considered an appealing target audience for its fiber internet service. Google included San Jose and Mountain View in its list of nine metro zones that it will assess for delivering it 1Gbps download service. Currently, Google is delivering super-fast internet service in Kansas City, home of its first Google Fiber system and is considering Austin and Provo, Utah as its next destinations.
AT&T didn't give specifics on estimating or when it would begin building the Cupertino network. At present, the organization charges $70 a month for the 1Gbps Internet service. This is likewise the same value that Google charges for its 1Gbps service.