(PRWEB) July 1, 2005
The partnership between Nethercomm and ENE will enable the advancement of BiG technology to the natural gas distribution market by not only creating a new primary pathway for broadband delivery of content and services but also through a delivery method unmatched today. ENE is focusing on positioning local natural gas companies (LDCÂs) across the country as the principle conduit for cost-effective and easily accessible broadband at unparalleled speeds in excess of fiber optics while crossing the last-mile barrier of todayÂs technology.
Broadband-in-Gas uses radar type signals transmitted ÂthroughÂ the natural gas distribution infrastructure, not only creating a new primary pathway for broadband delivery of content and services but enabling a Âpreviously unobtainable level of connectivity. BiG is a significantly more efficient method of providing broadband communications services which does not require costly routing of copper or fiber optic connections across the Âlast-mileÂ of communications nor requires the use of wireless spectrum transmissions which are seriously constrained by regulatory limitations.
ENEÂs president, Joe Posewick said, ÂOur objectives are simple, to use our industry knowledge and experience to provide true value to our clients with innovative technology that not only provides new revenue streams but also cost cutting measures.Â
"We are pleased to announce our partnership with ENE and eagerly look forward to supporting their development of a unique consortium of LDCsÂ, said Ann Nunally, President of Nethercomm Corporation. She went on to say, ÂWe are confident that our partnership will provide tremendous benefits to both the end user and the natural gas distribution industry. ENE and its exceptional team of engineers will enhance this partnership allowing us to create a solid foundation of customers and alliances in taking BiG into the future.Â
Nethercomm and ENE are jointly sponsoring a Broadband-in-Gas 2005 Conference on August 24th and 25th, 2005 at the Double Tree Golf Resort in San Diego. For more information on the Broadband-in-Gas 2005 Conference, please visit NethercommÂs Broadband-in-Gas 2005 conference website for online registration at http://www.nethercomm.org. Those interested in attending should register and reserve hotel accommodations. Space is limited and registration is required.
ENE was formed by combining the energy engineering experts from Nicor Gas and A. Epstein & Sons, International. ENE engineering professionals have expertise in gas transmission systems, gas distribution systems, oil and liquid pipeline systems, corrosion control design, metallurgical services, pipeline and system integrity, automation and control systems and on-site electrical generation. ENE offers proven, engineering services and an unmatched level of unique expertise with a reputation which goes beyond the traditional role of providing only engineering support to providing integrated solutions designed with success in mind. For more information on ENE, contact Joe Posewick, President email@example.com.
Nethercomm Corporation is a privately held Delaware Corporation, headquartered in Southern California, developing innovative and proprietary communication technologies for the fast-growing broadband and wireless markets. NethercommÂs portfolio of patents encompasses what is believed to be the fundamental subterranean broadband communications and includes additional patents to protect its technologies and architectures. Nethercomm owns the right to the intellectual property portfolio which encompasses the BiG industry and is employing its rights to make broadband as common as any other public utility.
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