An internet company has launched a 25-gigabit, community-wide service in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
The organization says its the primary such organization in the U.S., and it's the quickest local area wide web access in the country.
The service expects to yield better upload and download speeds, which can enhance things like video conferences or telehealth appointments.
It's the country's quickest communitywide network access, and it's advancing toward a Tennessee city and conference hall.
EPB, an internet, TV, phone and energy company in Chattanooga, has launched a communitywide, 25-gigabits-per-second internet service.
The service will be accessible to all private and business clients nearby and is worked by a 100 percent fiber optic organization, EPB said in a news discharge on Aug. 24.
"What we have done is basically laid a community-wide fiber to the home and fiber to the business network, so every premise, home..
and business has fiber going directly to the facility or the home," said J.Ed. Marston, the company's vice president of strategic communications.
The move comes after EPB originally sent off its gig-speed web access in 2010 and afterward its 10-gig web access in 2015.