Cable One next year will be over 200 cities push 1G broadband services in the United States
US cable operator Cable One company launched GigaONE - it plans new Gigabit broadband service next year to the United States more than 200 cities and towns to offer.
Cable One said that in the past five years it has invested over 500 million US dollars to upgrade the network. It is currently available through its fiber optic network to provide Gigabit speeds for business customers. Now it plans to start from the first quarter of next year, the existing hybrid fiber / coaxial cable infrastructures for residential users to provide the same speed.
Cable One of the first target cities include: Altus, Oklahoma and Duncan, Texas Borger, Kansas Emporia, Arizona Bisbee and Cottonwood, and Idaho McCall.
"Cable One will be the majority of our markets in the first gigabit speeds for home users ISP," Joe Felbab vice president of marketing for the service provider represents. "With many of our competitors do not like is that we provide gigabit service to all customers, not limited to specific areas. For decades, we have been committed to serving the smaller cities and towns, and now we are pleased to offer them to provide the latest technology, so that their city in 2016 to become gigabit city. "