Why does speed matter?

Because a world with universal access and 100 times faster internet could mean 100 times the learning. 100 times the laughter. 100 times the jobs. 100 times the public safety. 100 times the next big thing that you never thought would be a thing. 100 times the possibilities.

 Nick's First Pitch video

First Pitch

Just like any other 13-year-old baseball fan, Nick had dreams of one day making it to the majors. But being diagnosed with a rare blood disorder put that dream on hold. Until, that is, Nick's friends, family and the baseball community teamed up and used the power of web to make his dream a reality.

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 Aaron Koblin

Aaron Koblin

One of the minds behind some of the world's most famous digital media projects explains how speed is going to help us collaborate in ways like never before.

 Speed is beautiful

Speed is beautiful

Kansas City motion design shop MK12 created an artistic visualization to show how Fiber can inspire new collaborations, connections and creative synergies for their hometown.

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 A human right

A human right

Kosta Grammatis explains how his organization, A Human Right, is making Internet access a human right throughout the world.

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© 2014 Google Fiber Inc. Think it's crazy speak to claim 100 times faster Internet? Actually, according to Akamai's State of the Internet 3Q2013, the average American only experiences speeds of 9.8 Mb/sec, while Google Fiber offers up to 1,000 Mb/sec download and upload. Actual Internet speed may vary. Go to Google Fiber Help Center at http://goo.gl/vBzLP for further details. If you're already cruising mighty fast on the Internet, the actual increase in performance you experience may differ - but gigabit speed like Fiber's is still the fastest residential Internet in the nation right now. Service not be available in all areas. Viewing Netflix content requires a Netflix unlimited streaming membership.