Google Fiber team hires former Time Warner Cable executive to take over as CEO

Google parent company Alphabet has tapped Dinesh Jain, former chief operating officer at Time Warner Cable, to lead up its Access division, which includes the Google Fiber unit and internet service provider Webpass. Jain is replacing former Access CEO Greg McCray, who left last year amid turmoil at Access over the future of Google Fiber and Alphabet’s longer-term plans for providing low-cost, high-speed internet to both consumers and businesses. “Dinesh “Dinni” Jain, an accomplished veteran of the US and European cable and telecommunications industries — most recently as chief operating officer at Time Warner Cable — starts as CEO of Access today,” reads a post published today on the official Google Fiber blog. “He will lead Access and... Continue reading…

Google Fiber team hires former Time Warner Cable executive to take over as CEO

Google Fiber, Alphabet's attempt to take on big cable companies with a cheaper and faster service, began back in 2011. Fiber was first tested in California but soon began to expand to other ...

Wed 7 Feb 18 from Techspot

Alphabet picks former cable exec to run its Google Fiber division

The Alphabet division behind Google Fiber finally has a replacement leader 5 months after its former chief left. The tech giant has hired Dinesh Jain, most recently Time Warner Cable's ...

Tue 6 Feb 18 from Engadget

Alphabet hires Time Warner Cable executive to lead Access and Google Fiber

Google parent company Alphabet has tapped Dinesh Jain, former chief operating officer at Time Warner Cable, to lead up its Access division, which includes the Google Fiber unit and ...

Tue 6 Feb 18 from The Verge

Alphabet names former Time Warner Cable executive to lead internet unit

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc said a former Time Warner Cable chief operating officer started Tuesday as chief executive of its internet service company, marking the unit's third CEO ...

Tue 6 Feb 18 from Reuters Technology

Webpass is leaving Boston in latest sign of Google Fiber’s shrinking ambitions

Webpass, the wireless home broadband company that Google Fiber acquired in 2016, is exiting the Boston market. The Verge received a reader tip on the situation and a quick look around ...

Tue 30 Jan 18 from The Verge

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