The City of Brush will be the base of expansion in Northeastern Colorado for Vero’s fiber deployment, with additional future markets in the design process.
BOULDER, CO – Vero Fiber is expanding its 100 percent fiber network to the community of Brush, Colorado. The expansion will be the city’s first complete fiber-to-the-premise deployment, servicing clients with gigabit-level speeds.
The service provider’s deployment of its 100 percent fiber-optic network will allow residents to have symmetrical bandwidth (upload and download) at Gigabit-level speeds to their homes. Vero’s fiber network is optimized to provide faster speeds, better connectivity, and the bandwidth to connect more devices for streaming, gaming, working from home, and more, all at the same time.
“As a Colorado-based company, we are excited to bring this critical service to the residents of Brush,” said Sunita Krishna, CEO of Vero Fiber. “A fully fiber-based network is the modern utility, and we are proud to be the company able to bring this ultra-fast service to the community.”
Scott Trautwein, the director of technology for the Brush School, further endorsed the project, saying, “We welcome Vero to the community and look forward to the services they will be providing. It is critical for our students to have reliable connectivity in their homes as well as at school.”
Vero is committed to supporting all members of the community and is a participant in the FCC Affordable Connectivity Program, which helps subsidize monthly service fees for low-income households.