It says so here. And that's about all it says.
Why this matters
Everyone wants to see what Google will make of its fiber networks in Kansas City, Kan. and Kansas City, Mo. But all we have right now is the date, so it's not clear how detailed Google will get in terms of things people want to know, such as what 1Gbit/s to a home will cost, or whether pay-TV services -- competing with incumbent Time Warner Cable Inc. (NYSE: TWC) -- are in the works.
Just because Google is announcing things doesn't mean it's done with the buildout. Note that in April, when half of Google's fiber huts were built, an official said it would be "a while" before the "to-the-home" part of FTTH was finished.
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— Craig Matsumoto, Managing Editor, Light Reading