Overland Park, KS., (August 29, 2022) – KFN is announcing an expansion of their fiber footprint
along a key corridor in the heart of Overland Park. This future-proofed, fiber optic expansion
extends two and a half miles east of the intersection of Highway 69 and College Blvd. This new
fiber extends through the Corporate Woods Office Park, crossing Antioch Rd and through the
Executive Hills business complex.

This expansion reinforces KFN’s commitment to the Kansas City metro area and business
growth of Overland Park. KFN’s fiber build will enable over 1,000 businesses in the community
to leverage the KFN broadband network and solutions for various industries, including
healthcare, education, and government. These offerings are fully scalable depending upon the
customer’s needs and can provide speeds up to 100 Gig!

KFN’s Vice-President of Engineering & Operations, Mike Morrissey, states “We’re excited to
expand the KFN footprint and fiber availability along this critical path in Overland Park and look
forward to engaging with the local community leaders and businesses to solve their bandwidth
and connectivity needs.”
This expansion will complete by the end of September. Businesses in the area looking to
improve their broadband and connectivity are encouraged to reach out to KFN at
sales@ksfiber.net or 913-213-2930.

About Kansas Fiber Network

Kansas Fiber Network (KFN) is a regional communications infrastructure provider
with an unwavering obsession on service excellence and speed. KFN connects
communities in the Central U.S. with a state-of-the-art 100 Gbps 4,200+ mile fiber
network with a multi-state footprint and national reach. KFN provides transport and
Internet services to Carriers and Enterprises in Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Colorado,
and the surrounding states. KFN was chartered in 2009 as a statewide network and
has grown into a regional provider using our fiber network to support bandwidth
intensive applications in banking, wireless, healthcare, education, government,
and many other verticals across the region. To learn more, please visit www.ksfiber.net
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