Sunset Digital Communications, a broadband service provider headquartered in Duffield, Va., will offer its package of services across the City of Danville’s nDanville fiber optic network starting Oct. 15. The company will be partnering with a local company, Network Innovations, to sell and install broadband connections to customers.
Businesses and residents located within the nDanville network’s footprint will be able to subscribe to Sunset Digital’s Internet and telephone services.
“The nDanville network was designed to be an open access network in which more than one broadband service provider was offering services. The network now has two providers offering broadband services. This creates competition in favor of the customer,” said Danville Utilities Director of Telecommunications Jason Grey.
Sunset Digital began operations in 2003 with the vision of constructing a state-of the art fiber optic network to provide next-generation broadband, communication and entertainment services to residential, business and government entities in underserved areas. Today, Sunset has direct feeds into several major cities that give it a global reach. This enables customers to access their data directly from any part of the world with a single contact for connection management. For more information or to sign-up for services, go to Sunset’s website at http://danville.sunsetcom.net or call 888-318-6368.
The nDanville network has more than 165 miles of fiber optic cable that extends high-speed broadband transport service to business and residential customers. The network was built in 2004 and serves the City of Danville and southern Pittsylvania County. For more information about nDanville, log onto the new website at http://www.ndanville.com.