From Ars Technica: Netflix says Google Fiber is “most consistently fast ISP in America”

Sure, you can run or max out your BitTorrent download, but as we found out last month, it’s hard to get a good gauge of how fast and consistent an ISP is using real-world, high-bandwidth applications.

But Netflix, as one of those high-bandwidth services, is taking matters into its own hands and has published its first monthly ranking of major ISPs, “based upon their actual performance across all Netflix streams.”

On Tuesday, Netflix wrote that Google Fiber, which is limited to a few hundred users in Kansas City (Kansas), “is now the most consistently fast ISP in America.”

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