Monrovia City Hall and Library Deploy Champion Fiber Network

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MONROVIA, CA - The city of Monrovia, Calif. has launched a fiber-optic network in its city hall and public library supplied by Champion Broadband.

Dedicated fiber-optic networks bring data transfer speeds of up to 1 Gbps and more. Fiber optic cable delivers faster and more secure connectivity than traditional copper/modem-based service. Fiber-optic networks use pulses of lights through glass conductors to transmit data from point to point. Library visitors will enjoy a higher quality experience while searching Internet sites, downloading and uploading content. Monrovia City Hall will see faster transmission times over a more secure connection.

"Champion Broadband has been a long-standing player in offering their services to the residents and businesses of Monrovia and we are excited to partner with them in bringing some of the fastest networks possible to our city," City Manager Laurie Lile said.

In 2009, the city of Monrovia celebrated the state-of-the-art Monrovia Public Library - a 26,000 square-foot library built with a budget of $16 million. The library boasts several rooms to meet the needs of children, teens, and adults, as well as free literacy tutoring for visitors of all ages. Champion's fiber network will better support the library's extensive technology needs.


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