Glo Fiber launches 5Gb/s service

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Fibre network provider, Glo Fiber, a subsidiary of Shenandoah Telecommunications Company (Shentel) is launching symmetrical 5Gb/s fibre internet service across all of its markets. More than 147,000 homes across Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania will have access to the faster fibre speeds.

Glo Fiber provides next-generation fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) multi-gigabit broadband internet access, live streaming TV, and digital home phone service powered by Shentel. The company leverages XGS-PON technology, which is capable of symmetrical internet speeds up to 10Gb/s.

Ed McKay, Chief Operating Officer at Shentel comments: “Adding 5 Gig internet service to our multi-gig product portfolio allows Glo Fiber to meet the demands of our customers and communities. 5 Gig is a premium residential service designed to connect multiple devices at their fastest possible speeds over a reliable, 100% fiber optic network.”

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