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“We understand the growing demand for high-quality symmetrical internet broadband connectivity that only a fiber optic network can deliver. Our fiber network accommodates a growing ecosystem of bandwidth-intensive applications, including work from home, remote learning, video streaming, gaming, and telemedicine,” Anderson said.

Lumos and NorthState currently offer high-speed fiber broadband to nearly 200,000 residential and business locations in Virginia and North Carolina. They also plan to bring high-speed fiber internet to underserved communities through public-private partnerships, meeting a need for the communities they serve.

This announcement follows EQT Infrastructure’s sale of the company’s former parent, Segra, to Cox Communications.

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Dr. Charles L. Branch, chairman of neurosurgery and professor of neurosurgery and pediatrics at Wake Forest School of Medicine, has been appointed as the next editor-in-chief of the International…

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