Google Fiber may expand its 1Gbps Internet service to Irvine, Louisville and San Diego

Google Fiber wants to expand the reach of its 1Gbps Internet and TV service to even more parts of the US. The company has revealed it is currently considering Louisville, Kentucky; Irvine, California; and San Diego, California as possible new locations for Google Fiber.

Google said:

To kick things off, we'll work with Irvine, Louisville and San Diego to conduct a detailed study of factors that affect construction, such as local topography, housing density, and the condition of existing infrastructure. Meanwhile, cities will complete a checklist of items—such as providing a map of utility lines—that will prepare them for a large-scale fiber build.

Once that work is complete, Google will then make a decision on if it will add one or more of those cities to the Google Fiber system. It's already available Kansas City and Provo, Utah and parts of Austin, Texas, and it is scheduled to be put in place in Salt Lake City, Nashville, Atlanta, Charlotte, Raleigh-Durham and San Antonio.

Source: Google Fiber

John Callaham