Google Fiber Acquires Webpass to Enhance It’s Business

 

 

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23 June 2016, USA :

Google Fiber has entered into an agreement to acquire Webpass. Google Fiber and Webpass share a commitment to creating fast, abundant Internet connectivity in the U.S.

Webpass will continue to stay focused on rapid deployment of high speed Internet connections for residential and commercial buildings, primarily using point to point wireless.

 

 

 

Google Fiber also made the deal to boost its efforts to deliver broadband internet wirelessly, an experimental tech it hopes will expand coverage at cheaper costs.

Charles Barr, President of Webpass said in a blog post, “By joining forces, we can accelerate the deployment of super-fast Internet connections for customers across the U.S. Webpass will remain focused on rapid deployment of high speed Internet connections for residential and commercial buildings, primarily using point to point wireless.”

Webpass would give Google Fiber subscribers in two new markets: Miami and Boston. Webpass also provides service in Chicago, San Diego and San Francisco, where Google Fiber has announced plans to expand.

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