Over the next few years, Google Fiber plans to bring its high-speed Internet service to several cities in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Nebraska and Nevada in its first major expansion since it became an independent unit of Alphabet in 2015. From the report: In his first media interview since becoming chief executive of Google Fiber in February 2018, Dini Jain told Reuters on Wednesday that his team was finally ready to “add a little bit more build speed” after more than four years of refinement. The expected expansion to 22 metro areas in the United States, up from 17 today, includes previously announced projects to launch in Mesa, Arizona and Colorado Springs, Colorado. The selection was based on the company’s findings about where speed was lagging. “10 years ago, the impression was that Google Fiber was trying to build the whole country,” Jain said. “Here we are gesturing, ‘No, we are not trying to build the whole country.’

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