Wow things have been happening! Apologies for the late update, but we’d just like to mention that service is up and running all the way out to the end of Kidd Road, with a lot of homes connected along the way. Our crew has been working tirelessly deploying cables and splicing fibres throughout the cold […]
This will be the month of light and we will be officially starting to bring some zones online next week! With several PON segments online and active, the splicing crew is completing connections into the main trunk lines from the drops we have installed through out the area. As this happens, we are able to […]
We now officially have light on some of the Fibre strands to zones and are working to finalize installations. If you have had a tech visit your location and run cable / install a box similar to the picture below, expect to hear from us shortly to get you online. There are a few test […]
Well, this looks good!
As most of you have been waiting for services, so have we. Originally when we released our timelines, a commitment was made to us to provide the wholesale access to our Primary uplink. Presently that commitment has been shifted twice now. We will have a better understanding of where things reside come Tuesday, November 6th […]
We wanted to give a quick update to let everyone know the current situation for the Beckwith Project. This week we are working on completing optical testing to ensure line integrity is ready on Glenashton, Dewar, Amberwood and then on to Crooked Rd and Kidd road. Unfortunately the Tornado did cause a few setbacks for […]
This is a long overdue update that we are excited to broadcast. We have had some bumpy roads along the way with being able to bring fast and reliable internet service to the rural community of Beckwith. Circumstances out of our control caused several setbacks that unfortunately made us miss our initial timelines. We are […]
The first fibre pulls along Dwyer Hill and inside of CCV took place this week! Here are a few photos of the work and the results… Yes, it’s actually happening!
For the past 6 months, the Community Fibre crew has been busy working on the CCV project along Dwyer Hill and inside the Country Club Village subdivision. This project is by far the most complicated undertaking we could have tackled, with plenty of hard lessons learned in the process. Much of the complexity arose from […]
New truck! Just last week we picked up a new F550 with an Altec boom+bucket truck which we can use to install fibre cables much faster: It sounds a little scary, but can be a line-worker in the bucket while the truck is driven (slowly!) along – while attaching fibre and getting more fibre to […]