ACD Provides Expanded Fiber Coverage Throughout Kalkaska
Ensuring Fast, Reliable, and Affordable Internet Service
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 04-02-2020
Lansing, MI - ACD is excited to announce that we are expanding our fiber-optic footprint this fall in Kalkaska, MI. Construction
is expected to commence early Fall 2020. Kevin Schoen, CEO, states “We operate a state-wide enterprise-grade network offering gigabit+ services and wide-area networking.
We look forward to bringing Kalkaska's business’s access to Gigabit Fiber,
Local Phone, and our hosted PBX services.” The route for the new fiber is depicted on the map below.
How Fiber-Optics Work?
It's Fast, Really Fast - Limited by the electronics we connect to the ends. The current record is 15.5 Terabits per second over a distance of 7,000 km. That’s the equivalent of 10.3 million 1.5Mbps T1 Connections.
It's Secure - It’s far easier to tap into copper or electrical wiring than it is to tap into fiber-optic wiring in a surreptitious manner. Also, the financial investment of tapping into fiber is far greater than tapping into copper.
It Isn’t Affected by Weather - Because fiber cables carry light instead of electricity it's not disturbed by changes in temperature, rain, or virtually any other environmental condition. That being said, it is not immune to everything like a tree limb, a wayward automobile, or a backhoe.
We are currently in the process of permitting in Kalkaska.
This is a great time to get on board as we are able to offer some reduced or zero-install along with special offers!
Active Ethernet has a direct point-to-point connection that is more cost-effective and supports business, residential, and mobile backhaul applications. It
also provides dedicated 1 Gbps to 10 Gbps Internet symmetrical connections; bringing greater control, visibility, and service assurance.
ACD continues to be the go-to company in assisting
numerous Michigan small towns for fiber-optic service. We are also expanding our fiber network in
other Northern Michigan towns like Petoskey, Mackinaw City, and Traverse City. ACD already operates networks in Gladwin, Gaylord, Cheboygan,
Alpena, and Ludington.
Why choose ACD?
ACD can expand the
opportunities for various businesses and bring big-city broadband speeds at
competitive prices over ultra-reliable fiber-optic networks. ACD's team
of 130 employees work with one goal in mind - to build more effective and
ACD also provides 1000Mbps Internet to homes and
businesses with Active
Ethernet over fiber. Active Ethernet is faster and much more reliable than
our competitors antiquated cable TV and DSL networks, and less robust fiber
For more information visit https://acd.net/fibermap to qualify
your address and sign-up. If you have any additional questions, please visit www.acd.net
or email email@example.com or call 517.999.9999.