REDWOOD CITY, CA – Jan 16th, 2014 – Etheric Networks, a leading provider of wireless Internet services, today announced, a joint campaign across the nation to bring awareness to consumers still waiting for Cable and DSL set for January 20th, 2014. The future can’t wait and Etheric is bringing fast high-speed Internet to your area.
Millions of consumers still lack high-speed Internet access, according to the FCC. Large providers refuse to extend their networks to serve dense or rural areas because of the cost to lay fiber-optic cables over areas deemed unprofitable by traditional carriers.
Etheric Networks is locally owned and focused on entrepreneurial operations that expand into areas that either does not have broadband or do not have good choices for broadband service. Etheric delivers broadband to underserved areas of rural and urban areas, providing badly needed access to high-speed Internet.
“Etheric Networks helps customers in all areas to foster development that addresses the needs of our community using the most efficient technology available,” said Alexander Hagen, CEO of Etheric Networks. We are successfully overcoming roadblocks to delivering broadband to consumers faster, deployed quickly and inexpensively to deliver traffic to areas without adequate land-line infrastructure or serve as backup connectivity.”
Etheric Networks is targeting expansion of its fiber network in areas underserved that could benefit from access to broadband, providing consumers with potential benefits over traditional services including speed and scalability. For more information on how to get our Fast High-Speed Internet Service, go to Getting High-Speed Internet Now! or call 1.650.399.4200 Ext 2 to speak to a Sales representative and find the right plan for you.
About Etheric Networks
Etheric Networks is a leading Internet Service Provider dedicated to delivering fast, reliable, and affordable, connectivity for business, SOHO, 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.