StratusIQ Announces New Fiber Internet Expansion to High Forest Ranch
August 19, 2019 Colorado Springs, CO – StratusIQ, the largest local provider of fiber Internet service, announces their latest fiber Internet expansion to the homes of High Forest Ranch. The High Forest Ranch Homeowners Association (HOA) Board of Directors unanimously selected StratusIQ at a special board meeting on Friday June 14, 2019. The decision was further ratified by a resident vote on July 9, 2019. Construction is underway now with the first homes to be connected in late fall.
“In the board’s evaluation, StratusIQ was superior to other bids on cost, schedule, technical solution and experience.” Said HOA Treasurer Gene Mills. “We were impressed with their track record of successful fiber projects and are extremely happy to be partnering with StratusIQ on our high-speed Internet project.” Mills continued. Additional fiber expansion projects that StratusIQ has underway include Enchanted Springs Apartments, Enclaves at Mountain Vista and Patriot Park developments.
“We are pleased that High Forest Ranch has decided to partner with StratusIQ to bring their residents Gig speed fiber Internet, digital telephone and full featured TV,” said Ben Kley, President of StratusIQ.
Kley continued, “Building on our success in nearby Cathedral Pines and Abert Estates, High Forest Ranch will be the latest community to join our Gig fiber network.” Along with local customer service, StratusIQ focuses on value, quality and reliability with their fiber network.
StratusIQ builds fiber to connect customers to the cloud and provides the best value in communication and entertainment services. They have 16 years of experience providing Internet service within El Paso County, and were first to provide Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) technology in 2007. They serve a wide range of customers including large and small businesses, five-star resorts and public and private education campuses, in addition to residential developments. StratusIQ is a “Connectivity Leader” in Colorado schools and a top five school Internet provider in the state based on speed and number of students served according to EducationSuperHighway.org.