All of Kenosha’s homeowners and business owners will have soon have access to some of the fastest internet speeds available. This week, Morristown, New Jersey-based SiFi Networks announced plans to build a $100 million fiber optic network that will serve the entire city of Kenosha.
Called the Kenosha FiberCity project, the network is being privately funded by SiFi. Users will have access to internet speeds up to 10 Gbps, among the fastest residential speeds available in the United States. The network is expected to take three years to build.
“Kenosha residents and businesses will see a great benefit from the Kenosha FiberCity project, ensuring that affordable, high-speed internet service is available throughout the entire city,” said John Antaramian, mayor of Kenosha.