UTOPIA Fiber to Launch State’s First Residential 10 Gig Service
January 10th, 2018
Utah residents to have fastest internet speeds in the nation Murray, UTAH (Jan 10, 2018) — UTOPIA Fiber, Utah’s local fiber optic network, today launched the state’s first 10 gig residential service offering, providing Utah residents with the fastest Internet speeds in the nation. Referring to the speed in which data flows over the Internet, […]Read More >
What’s Going On With UTOPIA?
March 22nd, 2016
The question we receive the most is, “What is going on with UTOPIA these days?” Well, we have exciting news; UTOPIA is building. People seem to think we’re not building out our network, but we have been expanding for quite some time. Since January of 2015 we have made an additional 5,000 homes available for service. […]Read More >
Financial Statements Now Available
January 23rd, 2013
In December, Keddington & Christensen, Certified Public Accountants, completed their annual, independent audit of the basic financial statements of both UTOPIA and UIA (Utah Infrastructure Agency) for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012, as required by state law. In previous years, Jensen & Keddington (having been selected through RFP), performed the audit; following […]Read More >
When Will UTOPIA be in ______ ?
October 18th, 2012
UTOPIA has its critics (which shouldn’t be a newsflash for anyone), but the most common question we still get is, “When will UTOPIA be in my area?” We love this enthusiasm for our network and the desire so many have to get connected to our fiber optic network. People see the need for this sort […]Read More >
UIA Makes First Bond Payment a Month Early
September 11th, 2012
The Utah Infrastructure Agency (UIA) made its first bond payment, a whole month early! CFO Kirt Sudweeks proudly displays a large reproduction of the check—$1,400,081 (and 25 cents).Read More >
What Could You Do With a 1-Gig Connection?
June 12th, 2012
Today, UTOPIA announced it is offering unheard of Internet speeds for residents: 1 gigabit-per-second connectivity. The numbers are pretty staggering: that’s 200 (!) times faster than the typical broadband connection of 5 MBPS. So, what does that really mean? At today’s launch event for the 1-gig connection, we shared a video prepared by Steve Freebairn […]Read More >