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Hub66 Leverages FirstLight to Expand Rural Internet Access

FirstLight’s fiber assets will help Hub66 reach underserved communities in New Hampshire and Vermont

FirstLight, a leading provider of fiber-optic data, Internet, data center, cloud and voice services to carrier and enterprise customers throughout the Northeast and mid-Atlantic, is thrilled to announce an expansive fiber-to-the-home project with Hub66, a New England-based high-speed fiber broadband provider.

FirstLight and Hub66 are working together to provide unserved and underserved communities with the connectivity they require to thrive in today’s digital age, an initiative at the core of both companies’ missions. The need for faster and more reliable Internet is on the rise as many schools and businesses are adapting to the at-home environment, yet many communities fall short and are seeing an impact with insufficient Internet speeds and options.

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This project will deliver high-speed, fiber-based Internet access to-the-home in rural areas of New Hampshire and Vermont. FirstLight’s fiber footprint in Rindge, NH and Enfield, NH was the starting point for the project that has since expanded its reach into Moultonborough, NHFitzwilliam, NH and Rupert, VT. Hub66’s cutting-edge home Internet program and wireless technology paired with FirstLight’s robust, performance-oriented fiber optic infrastructure will allow for a speedy implementation, getting customers online and in service efficiently.

“Delivering a high quality, reliable option for connectivity to underserved markets is a key focus,” stated Kurt Van Wagenen, President and CEO at FirstLight. “Working with Hub66 to enhance access to the vital communications tools essential to success in today’s environment was a natural fit. We look forward to continuing to expand our working relationship with the Hub66 team.”

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“We have some amazing equipment being put into action in preparation for the future,” said Michael Mateja, Chief Technology Officer at Hub66. “Internet connectivity is more than just speed, it’s about living your life and not thinking about whether your Internet is fast or reliable enough. We’ve had a really positive experience working with the FirstLight team to accomplish our shared goal of providing connectivity in areas that have limited accessibility to the Internet and look forward to building upon this relationship.”

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