Consistent access to the Internet - -- also known as the fourth utility -- is as crucial to our daily lives as electricity, gas and water. Yet high-speed quality Internet and the connections it facilitates to employment, culture, and commerce remain beyond the reach of many commercial business and building owners on the East Side of Manhattan.
As an area of New York City known for its prestigious hospitals, museums, restaurants and multi-million dollar townhouses, it is counterintuitive that the East Side of Manhattan is fiber challenged and has extremely unreliable internet connectivity. But it’s true!!
Also, with the MTA expected to impact the East Side of Manhattan in 2019 with construction on the Second Avenue subway line, many Enterprises are looking for options to diversify their networks as the risk of fiber cut outages increase.
That’s all about to change…enter Skywire Networks, continued network expansion will serve tenants in commercial buildings from 34th Street to 96th Street between Park Avenue and First Avenue. Skywire already has a significant network footprint on the west side of Manhattan, as well as in Soho, Chelsea, the Flatiron district, Brooklyn and Queens.
“Among other major industries and verticals, the East Side of Manhattan houses many of the most prestigious hospitals in the world. Our high speed data network, which now extends as far east as First Avenue, can provide commercial buildings and businesses with high speed internet at speeds ranging from 10Mbps to 10Gbps for either primary to diverse connectivity,” says Alan Levy, CEO of Skywire Networks.
ABOUT SKYWIRE NETWORKS
Skywire Networks is one of the fastest growing Ethernet providers in New York City, with more than 525 lit buildings, 35 distribution hubs, and a near-net footprint of over 39,000+ commercial buildings. The company provides both direct and wholesale Ethernet Private Lines and Internet with speeds ranging from 10Mbps to 10Gbps. Skywire Networks addresses the problem of poor fiber density in NYC by leveraging various edge technologies to deliver SLA, fiber-class throughput, and connectivity.
To learn more, visit www.skywirenetworks.com or to reach us at 844-SKYWIRE.