Luxury Denver MDUs Get GigaMonster Gigabit
Fiber-based multiple dwelling unit (MDU) Internet service provider GigaMonster is now offering speeds up to 1 Gbps to each resident at ...
Fiber-based multiple dwelling unit (MDU) Internet service provider GigaMonster is now offering speeds up to 1 Gbps to each resident at Country Club Towers II and III, a Broe Group development in Denver's Washington Park neighborhood. The newly opened 552-unit luxury apartment community is GigaMonster's largest deployment in the Denver market to date. All residents will have access to GigaMonster's "Scary Fast Internet" 100 Mbps service, with an option to upgrade to 1 Gbps at any time.
"By incorporating smart home technology, such as advanced keyless entry, alongside GigaMonster's gigabit Internet service and DirecTV's unmatched video service, the Broe Group has redefined the standards for luxury apartment living," said Walter Armer, vice president at the Broe Group. "Our residents' professional and personal technology needs were major factors in shaping the Country Club Towers II & III community, and GigaMonster delivers the speed and versatility that residents value."
The Broe Group partnered with GigaMonster during the construction phase of Country Club Towers II & III to deliver symmetrical PON-based fiber-to-the-unit (FTTU), along with DirecTV 4K and sports packages on any device.
Since its initial Denver launch last February, GigaMonster has opened new markets in California, Nevada, Ohio and Minnesota, bringing the total to parts of 25 markets across the United States.
"In addition to its unprecedented network designs, GigaMonster stands far above many other ISPs by eliminating data caps and refusing to sell or use personal data, ensuring 100% privacy to its customers," said Lindsay Whitehurst, GigaMonster's vice president of sales and marketing. "In almost every sense, GigaMonster is the next generation Internet provider that is nothing like your parents' Internet. GigaMonster has removed all of the hurdles that make it difficult to work with ISPs and cable providers alike, leaving only the best customer experience possible."