Great Animation Promoting Google Fiber With a Brief History of Internet Speeds


Tue, Jul 31st, 2012 20:00 by capnasty NEWS

As you may have heard, Google has announced it will be providing its own Internet service called Google Fiber. To help users understand the speed of the service, it has created this great little animation that gives a brief history of Internet speeds using toy cars, semaphores and trains as moving analogies.

Google Fiber starts with Internet speeds 100 times faster than what most Americans have today. In this video, we see the evolution of the Internet represented in three different stages. It started with Dial-Up, grew with Broadband -- and with Google Fiber, the possibilities are endless. Pre-register now at

About the Video:
The cars and model installation were built by hand, and filmed at Agua Dolce airport in Santa Clarita, CA. The installation now resides in the Fiber Space in Kansas City. For more info about the Fiber Space, please visit



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