LEXINGTON, Ky. – Windstream (NASDAQ: WIN), a leading provider of advanced network communications, announced today that it will provide gig Internet service to Awesome Inc for the next five years. This service donation by Windstream benefits entrepreneurs, startups and small businesses through Awesome Inc.
Gigabit Internet is the next generation of broadband service, which is typically delivered over fiber-optic lines and provides speeds of 1,000 Megabits per second (Mbps), which is also referred to as “1 Gbps” or “Gigabit” Internet. Gig Internet allows you to download 100 photos in three seconds, 100 songs in three seconds and an HD movie in seven seconds.
“Windstream is excited to partner with Awesome Inc to help provide Lexington business owners and entrepreneurs with high-speed Internet,” says Phillip McAbee, president of Windstream operations in Kentucky. “By providing gig service and adding a stronger Internet connection to Awesome Inc’s programming, we hope to aid in the future success of local entrepreneurs and small business owners in our community.”
Awesome Inc offers multiple programs to educate students, independent entrepreneurs and corporate teams by providing leading technology education courses and offering a shared workspace environment.
“Thanks to Kinetic by Windstream, our organization is now able to better serve our community’s startups and entrepreneurs,” said Brian Raney, co-founder of Awesome Inc. “By offering gig service to the organizations we serve, we’re able to provide better tools and opportunities for students, entrepreneurs and small businesses to compete in the local economy.”
To learn more about Kinetic by Windstream for small businesses in Kentucky, please call (877) 441-9462. For retail and service information in Kentucky, please call (859) 255-0200.
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