Arch Fiber, Elite Systems partner to light fiber for first commercial customer Arch Fiber Networks has connected dozens of businesses in St. Louis to its downtown dark fiber network. But recently, through its partnership with Elite Systems Inc., the two companies were able to both provide a connection and an Internet service provider directly to…
Knickerbocker business, residents latest to capitalize on gigabit Internet in St. Louis Three businesses and three residential units in the Knickerbocker Lofts have become the latest customers in St. Louis to access gigabit Internet speeds when their building lit a fiber connection last week. The building at 507 N. 13th Street, which is mostly loft…
The online arm of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, STLtoday.com, recently featured a story hailing the arrival of gigabit Internet speeds for residential customers in the downtown St. Louis area.
Jon Franko, a St. Louis small business owner, makes the case that the city’s fate is inextricably linked to its broadband capacity.
Arch Fiber Networks is extremely excited to announce the lighting of Washington Avenue’s first residential fiber Internet services last week.
Though St. Louis may not be on the list of cities expected to welcome Google Fiber anytime soon, we at Arch Fiber Networks still maintain a keen interest in how fiber Internet has the potential to transform a city. For a case study, we need go no further than our neighbor to the west, Kansas City.
Fiber to the premises (FTTP) is now a possibility for the loft occupants in two more buildings on Washington Avenue. The buildings at 1110 Wash Ave and 1127 Wash Ave are the newest additions to Arch Fiber Networks dark fiber network.
Arch Fiber Networks is excited to announce the addition of four new downtown St. Louis addresses to our fiber optic system. The buildings are a combination of commercial and residential spaces.
Building owners, city leaders, tech enthusiasts and small business owners gathered at the T-Rex technology incubator and coworking space this St. Patrick’s Day to discuss the promise of fiber Internet for Washington Avenue and the surrounding downtown area.
In a move that was not altogether unexpected, St. Louis was once again left out of the cities selected for Google’s latest round of fiber Internet expansions. According to Google, cities were selected based on the effort they put into bringing about fiber Internet communities. Google Fiber’s website does not list St. Louis as either an “upcoming fiber city” or a “potential fiber city.”