By DAVID BORAKS
With all the talk about Google Fiber and other high-speed internet services potentially coming to Charlotte, it looks like one of the region’s smallest providers will be the first to actually offer the super-fast speeds in the market. MI-Connection Communications System, which is owned by the towns of Mooresville and Davidson, has begun rolling out the region’s first 1-gigabit data service to commercial customers.
The system’s CEO talked about the new service at a board of directors meeting Thursday. MI-Connection’s board also approved both a re-stated 2014-15 budget, which included slightly higher than expected revenues, and a 2015-16 budget, which anticipates revenue growth of about 5.5 percent over the next year.
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