字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Google Fiber promises connection speeds of up to 100 times faster than the average American's broadband service. But Time Warner Cable does not believe there is a viable amount of consumer interest to justify offering that sort of connectivity to its customers. At the Morgan Stanley Technology Conference, Time Warner Cable's Chief Financial Officer Irene Esteves said, "We just don't see the need of delivering that to consumers." The Google Fiber experiment began in November of last year when the company began rolling out the service in select neighborhoods in my hometown of Kansas City. Though Google Fiber promises connectivity of up to 1 Gps, actual speeds of 600-700 Mbps were reported in some areas, which is still much faster than average broadband speeds. Seemingly content to maintain the status quo of internet connectivity, Esteves confirmed that the provider has little interest in delivering Google Fiber level speeds to its consumers due to a scarcity of demand when she said, "We're in the business of delivering what consumers want, and to stay a little ahead of what we think they will want." The top comment on this IGN article seems to show a lot of people that disagree with Esteves. For more tech news, stay tuned to IGN.