Computer Techniques, Incorporated, also known as C-T-I, launched their new gigabit Internet service with a ribbon cutting and cookout at their Sportsman Drive offices in Taylorville on Saturday.
Congressman and Taylorville native Rodney Davis spoke before the ribbon cutting. Davis told Regional Radio News before the ribbon was cut, that it's exciting to see how C-T-I has grown, and how important it is to Taylorville to have gigabit Internet speed.
Davis added that more people will look at Taylorville as a place to establish a business.
C-T-I co-owner Billy Williams told Regional Radio News about the new product launch.
And, Williams said it means much more bandwidth for their Internet customers.
Williams added that C-T-I is in Phase 6 of 8 phases of fiber optic construction.
C-T-I co-owner Adam Vocks told Regional Radio News that the new gigabit Internet is important to their business.
Local residents Adam Vocks and Billy Williams co-founded C-T-I in 1998.