Google brings Wi-Fi sprawl to NYC neighborhood

Google is now deploying free Wi-Fi in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York.

The free public service, which is being unveiled today by Google, Chief Technology Officer Ben Fried and Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY), is the largest contiguous Wi-Fi throughout the city.

When people enter the Chelsea neighborhood, which extends Gansevoort Street and 19th Street from 8th Avenue to the West Side Highway, Triangle including Chelsea, 14th Street Park, Gansevoort Plaza, they will have free access a Wi-Fi provided by GoogleThe search giant has been a surge in New York for months to provide Wi-Fi for residents. In June, for example, the company announced that Google Offers is sponsoring a free Wi-Fi in more than 200 hot spots across New York. Six MTA subway stations were also offered free wireless connections. Google also offers Internet fiber in Kansas City, KS.

This time, Senator Schumer sees deploying Wi-Fi as a potential benefit of "Silicon Alley" in New York, helping the city to attract technology companies.
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