LINCOLN, NE (September 6th, 2022) – ALLO Communications announces building a 10 Gigabit fiber‐to‐the‐premise service in Eaton, Colorado, with construction to begin in fall 2022.
“I’m pleased to announce an innovative partnership with ALLO.” Eaton Mayor Scott Moser said, “This network will provide cutting‐ edge technology to citizens, the schools, and the businesses and will fulfill a promise that I made to our community to bring reliable, high‐speed fiber to Eaton!”
ALLO will build a ubiquitous fiber network, providing residents with internet initially as fast as 2.3 Gigabit, equal upload and download speeds, optimized by a Wi‐Fi 6 certified router. Additionally, ALLO’s fiber‐rich network will support businesses of all sizes by delivering active or passive solutions without installation fees or contracts – keeping communications hassle‐free. Services will include internet, data transport, video (TV), voice, and phone systems, and redundant connectivity to AWS, Azure, and other cloud providers.
Interim Town Administrator for Eaton Wesley LaVanchy stated, “The town of Eaton welcomes ALLO to the community in a Public‐Private Partnership to provide high speed, reliable fiber connectivity for residents, businesses, and schools. This network will continue to set the town of Eaton apart as a great place to live, work and play!"
“ALLO is actively creating Gigabit societies in the communities we serve,” added Brad Moline, ALLO President and Founder. “Connecting hospitals with their patients, schools with their students, businesses with not only their customers but now also their work‐from‐home employees, develops these already outstanding communities into world‐class Gigabit societies. Our stated goal is to make ALLO’s regions the most connected in the United States, and Eaton is an important step.”
Eaton is ALLO’s sixth market announcement in Colorado. Most recently, construction of an all‐fiber network in Hudson, Colorado, was completed, and customers began taking advantage of fiber‐fast speeds in July. The network is owned by the town but was built and operated by ALLO. Earlier this year, ALLO also announced a fiber build in Erie, Colorado, which will begin soon. Greeley, Fort Morgan, and Breckenridge, Colorado, are currently served by ALLO.
Bringing hassle‐free service, a local presence, and a 100% fiber‐optic network to Eaton, Colorado, will improve how students learn, how local government operates, and how employees work. Businesses, organizations, and residents will have access to a community‐wide network providing ultra‐reliable and extensive internet bandwidth. ALLO is excited to include Eaton on the growing list of Colorado communities.
For more information about ALLO, please visit AlloFiber.com.