UNION COUNTY – Charlotte-based Conterra Ultra Broadband Holdings will invest additional capital in Union County to deploy a high-speed broadband fiber network.
The company announced that it would invest $9.6 million initially and an additional $12.7 million over the following five years. Already, the service is available to more than 1,500 businesses, the company said in a statement.
“We continue to put the communities we serve first by investing in local network infrastructure,” Craig Gunderson, president and CEO of Conterra Networks, said in a statement. “This investment is critical to the growth of Union County. With the ever-increasing demands of business connectivity, we are always committed to providing unlimited communication opportunities to our customers by giving them access to custom-designed ultra-high capacity broadband networks.
Conterra Networks is actively growing in several communities in North Carolina and across the United States. According to a statement, the company has 13,250 fiber miles, 2,700 schools served and more than 7,500 locations on the net.
The company is owned by subsidiaries of APG and Fiera, the statement noted.
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