Why wait for Google? Gigabit Internet coming to Raleigh soon
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By RICK SMITH, WRALTechWire Editor
Tags: Broadband, Internet, Local Firms, Startups
RALEIGH, N.C. —
Raleigh and parts of the Triangle won’t have to wait for Google Fiber in order to receive ultra-fast Internet service as well as an alternative to cable and phone company-delivered TV services.
RST Fiber, a company based in Shelby N.C., plans to offer Internet service to homes at gigabit speeds as well as ala carte TV services and super high definition video in the Raleigh area within the next 60 days.