Cloverdale-based Endeavor Communications will soon begin work on its first "10 Gigabit Community" project. The cooperative says the first phase of work in Mooresville is set to start in two weeks and cost around $300,000. The remaining phases are estimated to cost $2.5 million.
Endeavor Communications says the fiber upgrades will potentially serve some 3,000 in Greater Mooresville. Chief Executive Officer Darin LaCoursiere says "the Mooresville fiber build will bring continued business growth and a richer quality of life to Mooresville, and that attracts new comers to the community and helps businesses grow faster. Endeavor is 100 percent fiber to the home, providing the bandwidth needed to deliver 10 Gigabit internet speeds with the ability to deploy higher speeds in the future."
Last year, Endeavor Communications says it completed a 10-year fiber build-out that involved burying more than 2,300 miles of mainline fiber and over 13,000 service drops in nine Indiana service exchange areas. The coop currently provides communications, security and IT services to customers in parts of Putnam, Owen, Hendricks, Morgan, Tipton, Hamilton, Parke and Clay counties.