Press Release

September 25, 2023 — THE WOODLANDS, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Tachus Fiber Internet, headquartered in The Woodlands, Texas, announced today that over the next two years it will deploy more than $100,000,000 to build its Advanced XGS Network that will deliver multi-gig speeds to residential and business customers in Southwest Houston.

“This is an exciting moment for Tachus as we announce a multi-year, fiber-optic network build to over 100,000 homes and businesses in Southwest Houston. Our Tachus, Advanced XGS Network brings symmetrical, multi-gig Internet speeds up to 8.0 Gbps for residential and 10.0 Gbps for commercial clients,” said Hal Brumfield, CEO of Tachus Fiber Internet. “With the ability to offer multi-gig speeds for both downloads AND uploads, we’re providing the critical bandwidth, technology, and infrastructure Houstonians need now and into the future,” added Mr. Brumfield.

The locally-based Internet provider is constructing a 100% fiber-optic, advanced XGS network that will serve residential and commercial customers in the Fort Bend and Harris County markets, including the communities of Sugar Land, Stafford, Mission Bend and others. Matt Ockwood, President of Tachus said “The project has been fully approved by the Company’s board of directors and equity partner, Crosstimbers Capital Group.” Mr. Ockwood added, “Construction is set to begin in the fourth quarter, with the first customers being activated with synchronous, multi-gig service before the end of 2023. As a locally-based business, Tachus is proud to serve the Houston metro area and to partner with great community organizations like the Houston Astros and their Triple-A affiliate, the Space Cowboys. Tachus is especially excited to invest in long-lived infrastructure that will provide local businesses and residents with 100% frustration-free, fast and reliable Internet access.”

Tachus customers will be able to enjoy incredible bandwidth with fiber-fast speeds, ultra-reliability, Texas-based support, and stress-free simplicity. Tachus is offering residential customers a wide range of symmetrical speeds from 300 Mbps download/300 Mbps upload up to 8.0 Gbps download/8.0 Gbps upload. Commercial clients can choose from even more service offerings paired with elite hardware configurations to serve any business need.

Cole Pate, Chief Operating Officer said, “Tachus is deploying the most advanced, fiber-optic network and technology for the rapidly changing devices that are creating dynamic demand for bandwidth. Our fiber-dense, congestion-free, and future-proof network will support these and new devices for decades – a key feature to enhancing the lives and economic prospects of residents and businesses.”

With this announcement, Tachus continues to live up to its founding principle of righting the wrongs of the large cable and telecommunications companies by providing a 100% fiber network, built completely underground, that uses redundant pathways to ensure the highest reliability and most consistent user experience available. Tachus’ commitment to customer value ensures that speeds are consistently high, that pricing is fair and transparent, and that taxes, hidden fees, contracts, and other gimmicks are never included.

“The residents of Southwest Houston have been let down by their primary cable company and other would-be ISPs for years, and Tachus Fiber Internet is excited to continue our role in bringing a revolutionary Internet experience to those under-served homes and businesses,” stated Brumfield.

Residents and businesses interested in Tachus Fiber Internet should visit www.tachus.com to check availability or call (832) 791-1100.

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