Set-top box from Google appears at the FCC in the U.S.
Since Google bought Motorola , a doubt has been around insistently: Could it be that the company wants to start manufacturing hardware? No answer yet to this question, but it is worth recording the following: a set top box from Google passed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), an agency that regulates telecommunications in the United States.
The box GFHD100 appears as part of Google Fiber project, which aims to install a fiber optic network to 1 Gbps in different cities, starting with the state of Kansas . The set-top boxes allow city dwellers favored start receiving video from Google, as part of a test project being undertaken by the company.
The MAC address that appears in the photo is registered to Google, while the QR code leads to a site for placing the box on the Google Fiber project.Google, Google Fiber, hardware, Motorola, Optical fiber, set top box