AT&T building FTTP network for new residential development

Just in case you thought AT&T had forgotten how to build a fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) network, the carrier and real estate developer Sudberry Properties say that AT&T will offer its U-verse services to residents of Sudberry’s upcoming Civita community in San Diego via FTTP.

Sudberry is in the process of building an upscale residential community on the site of a 70-year-old sand and gravel quarry. Plans for the 230-acre property call for 4,780 residential homes and apartments in numerous configurations, approximately 480,000 square feet for a lifestyle retail center, and 420,000 square feet for an office/business campus.

AT&T will serve these facilities with U-verse services including TV and Internet. The agreement also provides for free AT&T Wi-Fi access in pool and recreation areas as well as other common areas within the community, such as a proposed park. An AT&T “community concierge” will offer Civita residents assistance with initial ordering and installation.

Bringing fiber optic capabilities to every home is part of our commitment to make Civita an innovative urban village that is rooted in sustainability, advanced technology, connectedness, and architectural vitality.

Todays tech savvy residents want access to the latest and greatest in entertainment and communications services, and AT&T U-verse will offer Civita residents access to an advanced suite of services to complement other amenities in the community.

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