Watch John van Oppen, VP of Network, explain how our network is different.
Unlimited bandwidth to support new technologies
Constructed with a redundant core
Multiple fiber routes between cities
Consumes less power
Unlike traditional cable which can slow down at peak times, our fiber network stays consistently fast, 24/7 because Ziply’s core fiber network is constructed and operated with extra capacity.
We operate our core network at about 40% capacity, leaving room for your entire neighborhood to stream, game and chat simultaneously.
“With my old provider, it’s like I had a glass of water that everyone in the neighborhood was drinking from, but with Ziply Fiber, I have my own glass – we’re not all sharing the bandwidth so it’s always fast for me.”
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Internet speeds are measured in megabits (Mbps) or gigabits (Gbps) per second. The Internet is a two-way street and it’s important to compare both download and upload speeds to decide which service is best. While traditional cable providers typically quote fast download speeds, their upload speeds are usually much slower. Fast upload speeds ensure you don’t experience buffering during video calls or while gaming.
Experience less lag and packet loss
Streaming movies never stutter, stop or pixilate
Upload and download files with ease
Participate in class and never have a video cut out
There are two steps to delivering fiber to your home:
In many cases, your installation can be completed in a single visit. However, if fiber is brand new to your property, a second visit may be required resulting in your installation taking more time.
We understand that this can be an inconvenience, but we promise, you'll love your fast fiber internet speeds.
Watch now to learn more.
We have several construction projects underway to build super-fast fiber internet to homes and businesses across Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana.SEE WHERE WE’RE BUILDING >>