|By PR Newswire||
|August 28, 2014 10:52 AM EDT||
HIGH POINT, N.C., Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- North State, a North Carolina-based provider of fiber Internet, data and entertainment services, announced today it is now offering Gigabit Internet service to homes and businesses in the Piedmont Triad. The company plans to expand its Gigabit footprint over the next several years.
"By the end of the year, North State plans to offer Gigabit speeds to more than 50,000 households and businesses by leveraging a network in which we've invested roughly $80 million," said Royster Tucker III, Chief Executive Officer of North State. "Our goal over the next two to three years is to become the leading solution in the Triad for Gigabit-speed fiber Internet and TV service."
To learn more about North State or to find out if fiber is available in your area, visit NorthStateFiber.com.
North State's fiber network delivers Gigabit Internet and stunning HD directly to the homes and business of the Triad, putting everything customers can imagine at their fingertips the moment they imagine it. By creating a world of possibilities, North State wants customers to stop thinking about the things they can't do and start to imagine all they'll be able to.
About North State
North State provides homes and businesses with Gigabit speeds on a fiber optic network that includes TV, Internet and communication services. Through their wholly owned subsidiary, DataChambers, North State provides best-in-class data center collocation, cloud, managed data, and disaster recovery services to enterprise customers. Find out more at NorthStateFiber.com or DataChambers.com.
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