Unite Private Network, which specialises in providing fibre-based high bandwidth networks to schools, colleges, governments, data centres and hospitals, has announced that it will build a fibre optic network for the whole of Caroline County, Virginia.
The fibre optic network will be much faster than the existing network used by the district. The installation of the network will give the company a strategic advantage across the I-95 corridor covering Richmond, Virginia and Washington D.C and will also help the district itself to expand its development. The company has also entered into a contract to install fibre optic Wide Area Network services to the district of Caroline County School.
According to Wade Murray, IT Director of Caroline County Schools, there was a detailed discussion and evaluation between the company and individual customers, after which it was decided that Unite Private Network was the ideal company to provide fibre optic networks and services. The company provides various services such as metro optical Ethernet, lit and dark fibre, private line, data centre services and Internet. The company also provides customised solutions according to the needs of the customer. The company is based in Kansas City and has customers across 19 US states.