Ripple Fiber to expand fiber optic network to 45,000 residents in North Carolina

(UI) – Ripple Fiber, a fiber optic internet provider based in the Southeast, announced the most recent expansion of its robust footprint across Union County, North Carolina. Residents across multiple municipalities in the area now or will soon have access to the provider’s 10GB-ready fiber internet network: Waxhaw, Wesley Chapel, Monroe, Sun Valley, Indian Trail, Weddington, Lake Park, and Stallings. Expected to be completed by the end of 2024, this build will enhance digital access for over 45,000 residences in Union County.

Driving digital transformation around the world, fiber internet is a powerful solution that functions at the speed of light. It transmits data through light pulses and is less susceptible to outside interference, making the fiber optic connections uniquely durable and strong.

With its 10GB-ready network, Ripple Fiber provides thousands of homes with connectivity through the utilization of its fiber optic network and patented software.

“Our team believes fiber internet brings speed, convenience, reliability, and more to the lives of residents we serve,” says Steve Boyle, Regional Executive of Ripple Fiber. “We’re thrilled to continue the expansion of enhanced digital access across Union County, while also supporting the various local initiatives that promote prosperity and growth throughout the community.”


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