Traer Creek Village Selects ISP Forethought.net for Gigabit Service

  • FORETHOUGHT.net
AVON, CO — Traer Creek, the Colorado-based land investor of the Village in Avon, Colorado, is bringing fiber optic gigabit internet service to the Village by the end of October, 2017. Traer Creek is ensuring that the Village will receive high-speed internet and first-class customer service at competitive pricing through an agreement with FORETHOUGHT.net, a local ISP. While other providers in the valley offer 10 to 50 Mbps, FORETHOUGHT.net will be offering 1 Gbps within the Village using Traer Creek’s conduit.

“The goal of offering gigabit speed in the Village is to provide users with a higher-quality service from a speed, pricing, customer service and internet reliability standpoint,” said Marcus Lindholm, manager of Traer Creek LLC. “With more people needing to connect to multiple devices, we sought out a provider that we believe will bring first-class service to the Village’s tenants, customers and businesses.”

Guaranteed Service Availability
As part of the agreement, FORETHOUGHT.net has guaranteed 99.99 percent service availability, which equates to a total downtime per year of roughly 52.56 minutes per year, as compared to certain circumstances in this valley where there is no guarantee of service availability.

Jawaid Bazyar, president of Forethought.net said, “We are designing our Village network based on advanced MPLS technology which can re-route around failures in a fraction of a second such that subscribers don’t usually even notice there was a problem.”

The establishment of fiber-optic internet service will create a more stable connection at all times, especially during high-demand periods. This will give businesses in the area peace-of-mind and a significantly more reliable connection. This is especially helpful to the retail and office users at Traer Creek Plaza, including the engineers and architects currently leasing office space upstairs.

“Having the ability to offer gigabit service is a big win for the Village,” said Lindholm. “With faster and more reliable internet speeds, the Village will be more attractive to current and future residents, and current and new employers, and hopefully we can attract even out-of-town tech companies, creating new opportunities in the Valley.”

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