New Sparklight Redundant Circuit Provides Increased Internet Reliability for Payson Businesses

Sparklight Business announced today it now has a new redundant circuit to Payson, Arizona, providing a more reliable and stable internet connection to businesses, while reducing the impact of events such as fiber cuts, that would otherwise take the network offline.  

The new redundant circuit, a secondary fiber route, creates an additional connection to Sparklight’s existing fiber backbone, which runs throughout its communities and across the United States, allowing the internet provider to deliver fast internet speeds, low latency, and reliability to customers.  

“Fast and reliable internet service is critical for businesses of all sizes,” said Chris Boone, Senior Vice President of Business Services and Emerging Markets. “A redundant network offers Sparklight Business customers peace of mind knowing they will have a dependable internet connection to operate their business successfully.”

Earlier this year, Sparklight Business completed a state-of-the-art fiber network delivering up to 5 Gigabit symmetrical speeds to Payson businesses, the fastest internet speeds available in the area.  

“Access to faster, more reliable internet has been essential for Payson businesses and Sparklight’s network has created more opportunities,” said Troy Smith, Payson Town Manager. “We are excited for this much needed redundant circuit and the benefits our community will experience moving forward. We are grateful to have Sparklight Business as a partner for our internet needs and know this new secondary fiber route will result in a more stable connection.”

Sparklight Business offers a variety of internet solutions, allowing businesses to choose the level of service that’s right for them, beginning at 100 Mbps and easily scaling to 5 Gbps. Larger businesses, such as schools and hospitals, also have the option of choosing Sparklight’s 10 Gbps plan through its dedicated internet access (DIA) service.

Businesses can visit https://business.sparklight.com for more details.