Fiber optics are being used to bring gigabit internet to Kansas and surrounding areas.
The Kansas City area has a population of about 9 million people and is home to a major tech hub called Google.
The Fiber optic conduit is used to transmit the data.
It also serves as a power line for Google Fiber, which is located near the Kansas City metroplex.
Kansas City is one of only a handful of cities in the country to get Google Fiber service.
Fiber is becoming increasingly popular in Kansas City and across the country, and Google is taking notice.
The city council approved a plan last week to build fiber optic cable in Kansas.
The fiber optic company, which also has fiber optic distribution in Kansas, is partnering with KCTS to bring fiber optic internet to the city.
Fiber optic cable was originally constructed in Kansas in 1866 to connect the city to Kansas.
Since then, the city has added fiber optic to the system and has been able to build more fiber optic cables.
It is estimated that about one-third of the city’s residents have access to fiber optic services.
The first fiber optic fiber service was installed in 1877.
Now Google Fiber is providing the service to other Kansas cities and towns.
Google is bringing fiber to Kansas for the first time in 2015, and KCCI-TV reports that Google Fiber’s new service will be available to the public by the end of the year.
Google Fiber and KCTV-TV reported that Google plans to offer the service for a few months in a few areas, including Kansas City, Wichita and Lawrence.
Google says the company plans to bring the service in the coming months.