Google will not join the competition for the establishment of a Wi-Fi Silicon Valley in San Francisco. Google spokeswoman Megan Quinn said the company has no intention to respond to a request for proprosals for the $200 million project, which is due on June 30. The Wireless Silicon Valley Task Force is looking for one or more vendors to fund and set up a wireless network that will be operational by early 2007. It said it is not disheartened despite Google’s disinterest, adding that the company had been cooperative and was generous in sharing information. It, however, hopes to establish interoperability with the Wi-Fi network provided by Google in Mountain View, the city where it is based.