Sparklight Announces USD 12 Million Investment for 10G Internet Upgrade in Sioux City

Sparklight has launched Gigabit internet service in Sioux City since 2016 and is currently upgrading its infrastructure to provide faster speeds, enhanced streaming and gaming experiences, and uninterrupted connections for multi-device homes.

Highlights

  • Sparklight introduced Gigabit internet service in Sioux City in 2016, ahead of industry competitors.
  • The ongoing infrastructure upgrade to 10G aims to provide faster download and upload speeds.
  • Sioux City residents can expect enhanced streaming and gaming experiences with Sparklight's upgraded network.

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Sparklight Announces USD 12 Million Investment for 10G Internet Upgrade in Sioux City

Sparklight has unveiled its plans for a significant USD 12 million investment to upgrade and enhance the high-speed internet service in Sioux City. This undertaking aims to improve connectivity for the community while preparing for future technological advancements. Sparklight is a leading broadband communications provider and part of the Cable One family of brands, serving more than one million residential and business customers across 24 states of US.




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Gigabit Internet Service Since 2016

Sioux City residents and businesses can look forward to improved internet speeds, enhanced reliability, and a superior online experience.

According to the statement, "Supporting Sioux City for 40 years, Sparklight launched Gigabit internet service to Sioux City residential customers in 2016, before many others in the industry."

"The current infrastructure upgrade paves the way for 10 Gigabit (10G) download and upload speeds, enhanced streaming and gaming, and uninterrupted connections in multi-device homes."

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Infrastructure Upgrade for Faster Speeds

Sparklight says it is committed to developing a robust and future-proof network infrastructure in Sioux City. With this substantial investment, Sparklight aims to fortify Sioux City's internet infrastructure to handle the increasing demands of residential and business users.

10 Gigabit (10G) Speeds

Sparklight's investment in Sioux City extends beyond the immediate upgrades. The company is laying the groundwork for 10 Gigabit (10G) speeds, which are ten times faster than current networks. This forward-thinking approach paves the way for exciting possibilities such as smart cities, connected homes, and virtual and augmented reality technologies.

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Construction and Service Interruptions: Ensuring Transparent Communication

The infrastructure upgrade project in Sioux City is expected to be completed by fall 2023. While the construction phase is underway, customers may experience intermittent service interruptions.

However, Sparklight says it is committed to maintaining transparent communication and will provide advance notifications to customers before any work is conducted in their specific area.

Sparklight's USD 12 million investment in upgrading Sioux City's internet infrastructure underscores its commitment to delivering reliable and high-speed internet services.

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