Delta Upsilon Deploys 2 Gigabit Internet Service

Delta Upsilon Fraternity K-State Chapter Deploys 2 Gigabit Internet Service


Wamego, Kan, 08-19-22 — In light of the recent trends across the globe, the need for bandwidth in the educational environment has certainly become more important now than ever before. WTC of Wamego, KS has the capability to meet these needs and will begin providing Delta Upsilon Fraternity with 2 Gigabit Internet speeds starting this fall semester at Kansas State University. Delivered via WTC’s advanced fiber-to-the-premise (FTTP) technology, Gigabit service gives Greek houses access to a broadband connection that allows them to connect at unprecedented speeds.


“Delta Upsilon is delighted to continue to partner with WTC. The combination of higher Internet speeds, enhanced reliability for our online learning environment, and high-end customer support services makes this partnership ideal for our Internet needs,” commented a representative at the Greek house. “Using WTC allows Delta Upsilon to continue to achieve success year after year and we are proud to have WTC as our Internet provider,” he added.


“WTC offered a win-win opportunity for us, and these are the collaborative efforts that support the house’s endeavors to provide a quality education for our students,” stated Rich Sell, local alumni of Delta Upsilon. “WTC continues to live up to all their promises and they do everything they say they will do and more. They are definitely an asset to the Greek house community.”


WTC appreciates the partnership they have built with the Greek houses located around the K-State campus. With the number of devices connected to the Internet growing each day, giving students the ability to work and live on the same network all at the same time is an invaluable resource.


WTC provides a full line of Voice, Internet and Video services to residential, governmental, educational and commercial clients. Providing service to the area since 1912, WTC prides itself on bringing affordable, state-of-the-art technologies to northeast Kansas.


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