November Monthly Update
December 1st, 2020
The holiday season is officially upon us! Here at UTOPIA Fiber, we won’t be just sitting inside drinking hot cocoa and watching Hallmark movies this December. Okay, maybe just one or two holiday movies– but we’re also working super hard to connect more areas to our open-access fiber network! And buckle up, because we have a lot of footprints being released this upcoming month. Be sure to follow our social media channels to be the first to hear about our footprint releases. Keep reading to see what we got up to this November.
- We completed WV019 this month, connecting a whopping 1490 additional homes in West Valley City, Utah to our ultra-fast fiber network. These homes can now sign up for 250 Mbps, 1 Gbps, or 10 Gbps speeds on Utah’s top-rated, community-owned, UTOPIA Fiber system!
- We also completed WV030A in West Valley City with 398 additional homes in Phase 1 ready to learn remotely, work from home, and binge-watch Netflix all at the speed of light. Phase 2 will be completed soon!
UTOPIA Fiber in the news
- Our CEO, Roger Timmerman, spoke on Broadband Communities’ new webinar How Tier 2 Operators are Securing Wi-Fi Services. Click here to read a summary of their discussion.
- In a webinar for the Fiber Broadband Association, our Chief Marketing Officer, Kim McKinley, shared the key challenges that public officials face as they work to ensure their communities become fiber communities.
- Our Chief Marketing Officer also wrote this informational piece for Broadband Communities detailing how Internet Service Providers can compete on an Open-Access Network.
Blog and Vlog posts
- Check out the first video in our Residential Fiber Installation YouTube series about how we connect residential homes to our fiber network! In the first video, we demonstrated how Locate Technicians locate underground lines before we dig to install our conduit.
- We also broke down how Locate Technicians mark and locate lines step by step in this blog. Click this link to check it out!
- Check out this blog post for a refresher on how fiber-optic Internet works why it works so well.
Keep checking our Twitter, Facebook, and News page for more updates, and reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.