North State announced today the availability of Fiber Internet at 101 S. Elm Street in Greensboro. This five-story office building is located at the corner of South Elm Street and East Market Street. It offers a full-service health club, a print shop and customizable office suites—all now with Fiber Internet. Upgrading to North State’s Fiber Internet will allow these locations to take advantage of Gigabit speeds and service that is far faster than what tenants experience today.
“As downtown Greensboro continues to evolve and grow, it’s important to keep our businesses updated with the latest Internet technology,” said Chantelle Stoughton, 101 S. Elm Street building manager. “North State Fiber is vital to keeping our businesses moving quickly, securely and successfully. We are so pleased to have fiber as part of the amenities and services at 101 South Elm Street.”
“Our Fiber Internet provides increased bandwidth. This means businesses have access to technology that is faster and more dependable than what is commonly available,” said Royster Tucker III, Chief Executive Officer of North State. “We understand that time is money. We want to ensure that the Greensboro business community can work as efficiently and seamlessly as companies anywhere in the country. It’s about being competitive. Our fiber technology puts our local businesses on the same technology playing field.”
To learn more about North State or to find out if Fiber Internet is available in your area, visit northstate.net.
About North State
North State is a technology company focused on inspiring the Internet-driven lifestyle through high touch experiences. Its fiber-delivered, ultrafast Internet and Internet-driven applications enable residential customers and businesses to efficiently and securely take advantage of the Internet. Through its wholly owned subsidiaries, Data Chambers and Stalwart, North State provides best-in-class data center colocation, customized cloud and IT solutions, managed disaster recovery services, managed security and unified communications. For more information, visit northstate.net.