Vyve Holds Rebranding Ceremony
Vyve Broadband, formerly Northland Cable, celebrated their newly rebranded local office with ribbon cutting ceremonies conducted by the Greater Vidalia Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, April 21. In ceremonial remarks Vidalia Mayor Doug Roper and City Manager Nick Overstreet welcomed the newly rebranded company to the City and applauded the company's pledge to provide its customers with the best broadband services possible. Mark Hood, Vyve Regional Vice President, cut the ceremonial ribbon and told the crowd, 'Vyve Broadband has been working nonstop upgrading our fiber-rich network to deliver to Vidalia the fastest broadband speeds possible. This upgrade is part of our multimillion dollar upgrade project and is focused on expanding the network and delivering Vyve Gig to Vidalia, it's the best Gig in town” In a statement by Diane Quennoz, Senior VP of Marketing, she noted, 'Vyve is committed to bringing High-Speed Internet to rural communities. Vyve lives and works where we invest and whether it means launching Vyve Gig Internet or partnering with local schools and organizations like the Greater Vidalia Chamber of Commerce, our core value is always centered around the communities where we serve. We are more than just a service provider, we are a critical thread of our communities.”
Vyve Broadband, founded in 2012 serves largely nonurban communities in sixteen states, including Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming. Vyve is a technology leader in the cable and broadband industry offering an extensive range of broadband, fiber connectivity, cable television and voice services for commercial and residential customers. Residential services include high-speed Internet with speeds up to Vyve Gig, all-digital highdefinition video and fully featured digital voice. Vyve Business Services provides optical Ethernet, PRI and hosted voice services to the business community.