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7 Reasons Why Atlanta Needs Google Fiber(March 05, 2014)
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 05, 2014
On February 19, 2014, Google announced 24 cities, including 9 Metro Atlanta communities, were under consideration for its ultra-fast fiber Internet service. Those communities include Atlanta, Avondale Estates, Brookhaven, College Park, Decatur, East Point, Hapeville, Sandy Springs and Smyrna.
The informative graphic highlights several key of the ultra high-speed Internet service, including consumer savings, increased home values, improved access for local schools and libraries and, of course, some of the fastest consumer Internet connection speeds currently available in the United States.
We want to share our excitement with the Atlanta community, said Southern Web President Drew Barton, and to show Google that there is a definite interest in bringing fiber Internet to our city.
The infographic was a team project involving graphic artist Ron Griffel, content strategist Ryan Watkins and Southern Webs Director of Internet Marketing Cullie Burris.
View the post and infographic here.
About Google Fiber
At up to 1,000 Mbps, Google Fiber is 100 times faster than today's basic broadband, allowing you to get what you want instantaneously. You no longer have to wait on things buffering; everything will be ready to go when you are. So whether you are video chatting, uploading family videos, or playing your favorite online games, all you need to do is click and you're there.
For more information about Google Fiber, please visit fiber.google.com/about.
About Southern Web
Since 2004, Southern Web has consistently strived to provide high quality, custom website design and development services. Combined with creative, results-driven online marketing, were able to help our clients rank well in search results and outpace their competition regardless of their industry.
For more information about Southern Web, please visit southernweb.com.
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