Frankenmuth, MI (PRWEB) July 02, 2012
SpeedConnect, a premium national wireless broadband provider, whose technology supports higher usage demands, announced today its continued successful expansion with the acquisition of DigitalBridge Communications (DBC) assets, including BridgeMAXX Internet Services in Montana, Wyoming, Idaho and South Dakota.
John Ogren, SpeedConnect’s CEO said SpeedConnect’s focus and expertise is on the uninterrupted streaming experience that customers are increasingly demanding. Ogren said SpeedConnect will be bringing some of the most advanced technology available to BridgeMAXX customers.
Ogren said SpeedConnect focuses on speed and maximizing bandwidth because, “the broadband connection has become the source of home entertainment. The Internet is way beyond email and web browsing; modern broadband consumers in particular have new, sophisticated demands for Internet use, including, gaming, music and video applications – that’s what our high speed broadband gives them, and we’re so pleased to serve DBC’s existing customers and look forward to serving many, many new customers.”
SpeedConnect has further, ongoing plans to upgrade the BridgeMAXX networks by investing in backhaul technologies, adding wireless broadband sectors to cell towers, locating new cell towers to improve our broadband coverage, and adding additional capacity to wholesale Internet connections. Ogren said he anticipates hiring in the area: “We dedicated our business to exceeding broadband Internet expectations, and consistently investing in the network and in our technology. We’re looking to just as consistently add employees to stay ahead of the bandwidth demand.
SpeedConnect, a leading provider of wireless broadband services, owns and uses FCC-licensed 2.5 GHz EBS and BRS spectrum and technology. SpeedConnect is a Michigan Limited Liability Corporation and is principally owned by Robert G. Liggett and John A. Ogren. For more information, please visit: http://www.speedconnect.com/.