Broadband service company expanding in Lincoln

Broadband service provider Nebraska Link plans to expand its fiber-optic network to serve Lincoln and areas of rural Nebraska.

The company has more than 2,000 miles of fiber-optic lines in rural communities. It initially contracted with Lincoln in 2013 to lease the city’s conduit grid to expand its fiber-optic services. That resulted in burying more than 20 miles of fiber-optic lines.

It plans to bury an additional 40 miles of fiber-optic lines by the end of the year, and recently signed a 10-year lease on office space in Lincoln.

Source: Lincoln Journal Star

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