Gigabit Internet Coming to Smithville and La Grange, Texas

  • LiveAir Networks
Smithville, TX - LiveAir Networks, a fiber and microwave network operator in Central Texas, said its 100 percent fiber-to-the-home network featuring the fastest Internet available in Bastrop and Fayette Counties will be lit in the month of December.

The initial deployment will be in both cities based on consumer demand. In December, consumers will not only immediately have access to access at 1 Gbps, also have access to LiveAir’s high-definition Voice offerings and managed home services via Fiber.

“Fiber-based Internet has traditionally been limited to urban areas, such as Verizon’s FIOS, AT&T U-Verse, and Google Fiber. Our rural communities are getting bypassed at their gain for economic development and talent recruitment,” said James W. Breeden, LiveAir’s CEO and founder. “It is our hope that by starting our FTTH project in these two core cities in Eastern Central Texas, that we kickstart a new chapter in these areas’ economic development.”

The first phase deployment is only the beginning. LiveAir plans to expand availability of LiveAir Fiber at 1 Gbps to more residents and small businesses in 2014. Which areas get Fiber first will depend on the number of signups received at LiveAir’s website.

LiveAir will feed these new 1 Gbps to the home networks with its new Texas DWDM fiber backbone network that it announced in September.

Breeden continues, “When we made the commitment to our long-haul infrastructure, we knew we had started something special. Bringing 1 Gbps to the home, powered by our own optical backbone, is something special we are very excited about.”


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