United Communications is pleased to announce the deployment of fiber-to-the home technology to over 500 new homes in Nolensville, TN in Williamson County. “This is the first step in overbuilding legacy neighborhoods with fiber services in Williamson County under our newly announced Middle Tennessee Connectivity Initiative,” said William Bradford, CEO of United Communications. “Over the last several years, we have delivered fiber services to over 3,500 homes in Williamson County and are now starting the process of overbuilding legacy neighborhoods as part of our larger fiber deployment initiative.”
United’s most recent fiber expansion includes over 500 homes in the area around the Stonebrook neighborhood, located behind the Williamson County Recreation Center off Nolensville Road. This project includes Stonebrook Blvd, Dortch Lane, Countryside Drive, Rolling Hills Drive, Creekside Drive, and other connecting streets. Additionally, in another recently completed fiber overbuild project, United also expanded their fiber network to residents along Clovercroft Road and Artesian Drive, located in the Northeast portion of Williamson County. Expanding our UniFi (fiber) services in Williamson County will deliver internet speeds up to 1 GIG, digital TV, and crystal clear phone service to residents in an area we have served for over 70 years,” noted Bradford. “We know there is a high demand for more bandwidth across the state and we are pleased to bring residents in our fiber service areas access to Internet speeds exceeding speed offerings in many of the larger cities and towns in Tennessee and undoubtedly the country.”
United continues to work in partnership with local community and business leaders toward the first ever Middle Tennessee Connectivity Summit in 2017. The Summit will be held at the Henry Horton State Park, one of the only state parks in the country to have access to Gigabit Internet. To goal of the Summit is to discuss ways to enhance local partnerships and speed the delivery of high-speed broadband in the Middle Tennessee region. For more information on how you can get involved or be a part of the discussion, please email email@example.com.