NorthState Plans Expansion of Fiber Optic Internet in the Triad | Local


NorthState said Tuesday it is expanding the availability of its fastest fiber internet to Kernersville, Walkertown and five other Triad communities.

High Point-based NorthState said the expansion will reach more than 48,000 homes and businesses in those communities between March 2022 and the end of 2022.

That includes the northwest section of Kernersville and most of Walkertown, according to the ISP.

Other communities include Greensboro, High Point, Oak Ridge, Randleman, and Thomasville.

For more information on Internet network expansion or to determine eligibility, visit or call 336-886-3600.

Another element of the expansion will bring NorthState’s High Point market “to nearly 100% fiber optic network availability.”

“We are working hard to expand our future-proof network to even more areas of North Carolina and beyond,” NorthState general manager Diego Anderson said in a statement.

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The company said that only a 100% fiber optic network “can provide virtually unlimited broadband capacity and the synchronous upload and download speeds necessary for today’s ultra-high bandwidth applications.”


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