Network Infrastructure

Conterra Networks Continues to Invest in Fiber Network Growth

Conterra Networks
Conterra Ultra Broadband Holdings, Inc. ("Conterra Networks") announced that it would continue investing in fiber network expansion in Iredell, Catawba, and Burke counties, with an initial expenditure of $26 million and an additional anticipated $34.6 million over the next five years.

Conterra Networks planned and constructed its 100% fiber network in North Carolina counties, with symmetrical service, speeds of up to 10 Gbps, and network dependability of 99.99 percent. The local staff of the firm runs the all-fiber network, which is presently accessible to 6,167 enterprises and increasing.

"We continue to prioritize the communities we serve by investing in local network infrastructure. This investment is critical to the growth in Iredell, Catawba, and Burke counties. With the ever-increasing business connectivity requirements, we are always committed to enabling limitless communications opportunities for our customers by providing access to custom-designed, ultra-high-capacity broadband networks."

Craig Gunderson, President and CEO of Conterra Networks

Conterra Networks is expanding and investing in North Carolina areas such as Salisbury, Kannapolis, Jacksonville, Morehead City, Statesville, Mooresville, Newton, Hickory, Morganton, Sanford, Rocky Mount, Greenville, Pinehurst, and Southern Pines. The extension is part of the company's larger network infrastructure development throughout the United States. Conterra Networks now has 13,250 fiber miles, 2,700 schools serviced, and more than 7,500 on-net sites.

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