The firm is exploring a replacement but ought to name anyone.
Back in February McCray began as CEO of the Access department, which manages Fiber. He reinstated its previous chief Craig Barratt, who resigned last October after his advanced large-scale expansion plan was cut. Shortly later McCray reported, Google made some decisions about the department’s new administration, including adding a set-top box for Fiber-furnished homes and marking the first city to receive the tech giant’s radioed Gigabit Webpass plan.
Google has not designated whether the administration trajectory will shape while it attempts a new chief officer, but Alphabet CEO Larry Page reaffirmed the tech firm purchase in Fiber in a report provided to News.
“We are dedicated to the resolution of Google Fiber. The company is producing gigabit connections to numerous and happier customers,” said Page in a comment. “Fiber has an excellent team and I’m sure we will find an astounding person to manage this important business.”