In our Charlottesville progress reports, we offer as much information as we possibly can on the fiber network build process. We’ll also talk about Ting events, promotions and some of the work we’re doing in the Charlottesville community. Check back regularly to keep up to date on the latest.
In our last construction update, we talked about our efforts to bring more fiber to Cville, expanding the network to brand new neighborhoods like Fontana and Redfields and upgrading areas that already have Ting, like Fry’s Spring.
We’re often asked when Ting is going to be available in a given area, why it’s not available in that area today and how long it will take for us to get to that area.
In our last update, we talked about the fact that we hit a network capacity ceiling in some areas of Cville. The existing fiber wouldn’t offer the capacity required to offer everyone in a given neighborhood reliable, true symmetrical gigabit Internet. That’s why, as mentioned, more of our efforts in Cville have been in adding capacity to the existing network than in expanding that network to new areas.
In this update, we’ll do our best to explain the state of the network in Cville and the work we’re doing to make continued expansion predictable and the network scalable.