|reply to skeechan |
Re: Again with Google fiber and the so-called startups
The "Home for Hackers" that is housing these startups cost $48,000. Why WOULDN'T you want to buy basically a $48,000 data center location? If the startups don't demand 99.99999% availability, it shouldn't be that much worse for the "free" price that they're paying to live / host there than anywhere else.
At these prices, they don't NEED to attract millions just to get the company off the ground, as opposed to places like CA.
Data centers? I don't think so...
"Your Google Fiber account is for your use and the reasonable use of your guests. Unless you have a written agreement with Google Fiber permitting you do so, you should not host any type of server using your Google Fiber connection, use your Google Fiber account to provide a large number of people with Internet access, or use your Google Fiber account to provide commercial services to third parties (including, but not limited to, selling Internet access to third parties)."