Etheric Networks Brings 10 Gigabit-Powered Service to Brisbane Businesses
Etheric Networks today announced the availability of redundant, disaster-proof gigabit Business Internet now available in Brisbane. The new service will provide gig-speed Internet to businesses with competitively priced ultra-high speeds to Etheric’s comprehensive long-range offerings throughout Silicon Valley.
“With our G7 technology, this enables us to deliver high-quality service in a cost-efficient manner, as we continue to expand the reach and density of our fiber network to support and serve small and enterprise customers,” said Etheric CEO Alexander Hagen.
“We’re excited to enable fast speeds by providing secure and reliable high bandwidth to businesses in and around Brisbane. This new tower is a testament to the exceptional talent of our people at Etheric Networks, and the quality of our advanced network solutions as this validates our growth strategy in and around the Bay Area.”
“Customers who prefer to work with local companies committed to protecting users rights now have a choice for gig speeds,” said Hagen. “Our fixed wireless solutions are cheaper and faster to deploy than fiber, either as a permanent solution or as a bridge to fiber.”
The new tower incorporates next-generation technology providing Etheric with the capability to offer fast Internet service for Businesses with speeds to 10 Gbps. Etheric provides gig-speed Internet through an extensive network of fiber and multi-ranged fixed wireless radios transmitting data on extremely high-frequency bands.
For more details about Etheric Networks, please visit their website at https://ethericnetworks.com/gigacell-xr-broadband-sign-up or call 650-399-4200.
About Etheric Networks
Etheric Networks is a leading Internet Service Provider dedicated to delivering fast, reliable, and affordable, connectivity for Business and Residential clients. Headquartered in San Mateo, California, Etheric spans the greater Bay Area, using a wholly-owned fiber optic backbone and licensed broadband fixed wireless towers.