Ritter Communications set to launch $2.3 million project in Jackson, Missouri

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Ritter Communications is expanding its telecom and cloud solutions to Jackson, Missouri.

The $2.3 million project is self-funded and will impact businesses and schools in the Jackson community.

This is Ritter’s second expansion project in Missouri. The company previously announced its first expansion project in Cape Girardeau in October.

Construction of this project is scheduled to be completed in February.

“The need for high-quality broadband services continues to increase,” said Ritter Communications CEO Alan Morse. “The services we offer and the solutions that come with them ensure all organizations can continue their day-to-day operations by providing access to tools needed to utilize services previously unreachable.”

Ritter will bring XGS-PON technology to the Jackson area. This technology uses 100% fiber connectivity to power the company’s full suite of broadband solutions and telecom services with speeds up to 100 gigabits per second.

“We are pleased to roll out our services to the Jackson business community,” said Ritter Communications Chief Revenue Officer Kyle Keith. “With signals that travel at the speed of light, our 100% fiber high-speed internet connectivity will give Jackson businesses a competitive advantage.”