Ripple Fiber expanding network to more Union County homes

MATTHEWS – Ripple Fiber is expanding its footprint across Union County. 

Multiple municipalities now or will soon have access to its 10GB-ready fiber internet network, including Waxhaw, Wesley Chapel, Monroe, Sun Valley, Indian Trail, Weddington, Lake Park and Stallings.

The firm expects the build to enhance digital access for over 45,000 residences in Union County by the end of 2024 

“Union County represents our largest service area to date, and we are proud to see more households gaining access to fiber internet,” CEO Greg Wilson said. “Since the start of this project, we have greatly appreciated the support and communication received from local shareholders. We are confident that our intentionally designed network, which supports open access deployment, will enhance connectivity for years to come.”

Fiber internet transmits data through light pulses and is less susceptible to outside interference, according to the firm. The service provides the bandwidth as well as upload and download speeds that appeal to those using the internet for remote work or video streaming.

“Our team believes fiber internet brings speed, convenience, reliability and more to the lives of residents we serve,” says Steve Boyle, regional executive of Ripple Fiber. “We’re thrilled to continue the expansion of enhanced digital access across Union County, while also supporting the various local initiatives that promote prosperity and growth throughout the community.”

Ripple Fiber’s local office is located at 100 W. John St., Suite E in Matthews.

Union County residents can visit to learn more about Ripple Fiber’s offerings and confirm availability in their neighborhood 


The Charlotte Weekly