Tachus Fiber Internet, a fiber-optic internet service provider (ISP) headquartered in The Woodlands, Texas, recently announced that it has begun network installation projects in the North Houston communities of Humble, Huffman, and Huntsville.
The local ISP said it plans to begin installing a 10 Gbps symmetrical fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) network which will serve both residential and commercial customers in the three towns.
Network construction is scheduled to being in April 2023, with plans to light the first customers as early as June 2023.
Tachus notes it has grown rapidly over the last four years to offer broadband services to nearly 30,000 customers in the North Houston communities of Atascocita, Conroe, Kingwood, Porter, Willis and The Woodlands.
The provider also recently announced over 100,000 homes passed with its fiber-optic network, along with several other important achievements which include "passing 1,000 Google Reviews with a 4.8-star cumulative rating, a world-class Net Promoter Score of 88, and the title of the fastest median download speed in Houston according to speedtest.net," per information in a press release.
Tachus notes it is leveraging its 2,000-plus mile, 100% underground fiber network to provide service using redundant pathways, which ensures high reliability and a consistent user experience.
Hal Brumfield, founder and CEO of Tachus Fiber Internet, commented:
“We’re honored to continue serving new communities throughout the Greater Houston area. Tachus is bringing a superior Internet service and honest, transparent customer support to every community we join. We’re excited to bring that service to even more residents of our hometown metro area.”