Denver, CO (PRWEB) September 30, 2013
FORETHOUGHT.net, a local Denver-based internet provider since 1995, announced today that it will now offer gigabit fiber internet broadband at Independence Plaza in downtown Denver. Independence Plaza is a 567,287 square foot office building built in 1972 renovated in 1995.
FORETHOUGHT.net president, Jawaid Bazyar, says “This is an exciting time for our Denver community to finally get the fastest gigabit fiber Internet speeds fore both home and office.” Fiber gigabit broadband is priced lower than most current broadband offerings at much lower speeds. FORETHOUGHT.net does not throttle or add any bandwidth restrictions to its services.
FORETHOUGHT.net is committed to provide Colorado businesses and residences the fastest internet speeds. From speedmatters.org, 7.4 megabits per second is the average download speed. A gigabit is 1000 megabits per second. These fast internet speeds are only possible if the "last mile" — the wiring that connects a building to the rest of a telecommunications network — is made of fiber optic cable. FORETHOUGHT.net continues to deliver its fiber optics to hundreds of buildings in Denver alone and counting.
FORETHOUGHT.net continues to expand its services into multi-tenant and office buildings. “We are in talks with several real estate owners and developers to light up entire office, condominium, and apartment buildings that do not have fiber connectivity currently.” said Jawaid Bayzar, president of FORETHOUGHT.net “We are positioning ourselves to continue these fiber lit building efforts to deliver the fastest services in Colorado and the Western Slope.”
The FORETHOUGHT.net fiber initiative continues to expand in Denver and there is an aggressive expansion plan that includes other cities in Colorado to service those areas much in need of faster internet speeds along the Western Slope and the Front Range.
See our current fiber building map for more information: http://forethought.net/business/on-net-lit-building-map/ To find out more about FORETHOUGHT.net fiber or to light up your building with fiber, contact Christine Taylor at 303-815-1125.