Bloomington, Ind. — Mayor John Hamilton, fiber internet service provider GigabitNow and fiber network developer Hoosier Fiber Networks today announced that Bloomington’s first homes are ready for fiber internet home connections and order availability for GigabitNow fiber internet service.
One hundred homes in the South Griffy neighborhood are now ready for connection to Hoosier Fiber Network’s fiber internet network, with an additional 3,700 homes expected ready for connection by the end of May. Since the project began, nearly a quarter million feet of fiber optic conduit have been laid, and 3,676 homes passed throughout Bloomington.
(Saratoga Springs, NY — October 25, 2022) After careful planning and testing, Saratoga Springs city officials and SiFi Networks celebrated the official groundbreaking of the Saratoga Springs FiberCity® project today, a revolutionary fiberoptic network being built citywide to improve digital connectivity in the city. Once complete the $32 million venture, being funded privately, will see high-speed fiber infrastructure available to every household, business, and institution within city limits. Work to construct the network began earlier this year with the first homes scheduled to go-live next fall, and the entire city slated for completion in 2024. Officials also announced that that the internet service provider GigabitNow has signed on to be first provider on the network, offering speeds up to 10 Gigabits per second-among the fastest internet speeds in the United States.
(Seattle, WA — September 14, 2022) — GigabitNow, a leading provider of fiber Internet service, announced that it will utilize the Hoosier Networks LLC (H-Net) fiber network to provide high speed internet services to at least 70,000 residences and businesses of the cities of Bloomington, Columbus and Shelbyville, Indiana. This fiber-based, high-speed internet solution is expected to be made available to the first wave of Hoosiers by January 2023.
(Rancho Cordova, CA — February 28, 2022 — At a press conference today attended by officials from state, county, and city government along with local civic leaders, Donald Terry, Mayor, City of Rancho Cordova, and Geoff Spickler, Vice President of Community Relations, SiFi Networks, announced the launch of Rancho Cordova FiberCity®, a revolutionary, infrastructure project to bring a fast, affordable, and reliable all-fiber Internet network to every home, business, and city- owned facility in Rancho Cordova.
(Seattle, WA – November 17, 2021) — GigabitNow, a division of IsoFusion, a leading provider of Internet access and IT services on the west coast of the United States, announced today the expansion of Gigabit Fiber Internet services into the city of Simi Valley, California. GigabitNow will deliver Multi-Gigabit Internet services via a partnership with fiber-optic network developer SiFi Networks, which will be constructing the citywide 10 Gig enabled fiber-optic network, passing every home and business in the city. The network will allow GigabitNow to deliver 10 Gigabit Fiber Internet connectivity without bandwidth caps, buffering, or privacy concerns to every Simi Valley residence and business.
(Seattle, WA — June 1st, 2021) — GigabitNow, a division of IsoFusion, a leading provider of Internet access and IT services on the west coast of the United States, announced today the expansion of Gigabit Fiber Internet services into the city of Placentia, California.
GigabitNow will deliver Gigabit Internet services via an exclusive partnership with fiber-optic network developer SiFi Networks, which will be constructing the citywide fiber network, passing every home and business in the city. The network will allow for fast, reliable Gigabit Fiber Internet connectivity without bandwidth caps, buffering, or privacy concerns to every Placentia residence and business.
(Seattle, WA — September 29, 2020) — GigabitNow, a division of IsoFusion, a leading provider of Internet access and IT services on the west coast of the United States, announced today the expansion of Gigabit Fiber Internet services into the northeastern United States starting in Salem, Massachusetts. GigabitNow will deliver Gigabit Internet services via an exclusive partnership with fiber-optic network developer SiFi Networks, which will be constructing the citywide fiber network, passing every home and business in the city. The network will ensure Salem residents and businesses have access to fast, reliable Gigabit Fiber Internet connectivity without bandwidth caps, buffering, or privacy concerns.
(Seattle, WA — June 22nd, 2020) — GigabitNow, a division of IsoFusion, a leading provider of Internet access and IT services on the west coast of the United States, announced today it has activated connectivity and began delivery of Gigabit Internet services to the residents and businesses of the city of Fullerton, California. GigabitNow is now providing Gigabit Internet services to the city of Fullerton through the FiberCity™ fiber network project. The GigabitNow fiber-optic network will provide incredibly fast, consistent Internet speed and reliability to the entire Fullerton, California community. GigabitNow continues its efforts to meet the demand for fast, affordable Internet connectivity to communities of all sizes with Internet services that scale to today’s growing needs.
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(Seattle, Washington - March 19th, 2020) — GigabitNow is proud to continue to make our communities and customers our number one priority and join the FCC’s Keep Americans Connected Pledge. GigabitNow has always worked to ensure the best possible Internet experience for our customers and fiber to the home communities.
GigabitNow understands the difficulties incurred by our customers during this time and continues to be committed to working with them to keep their service active and 100% free from bandwidth caps and throttling. The latest FCC call to action falls in line with our organization’s goals as a 29-year private Internet company.
(Fullerton, Calif — 25th November 2019) — Construction of Fullerton’s FiberCity™ network has commenced with some customers receiving service early in the New Year. SiFi Networks is funding, building and operating the city-wide fiber optic network throughout the City of Fullerton. Fiber will pass by every home and business within the City allowing every resident and business the opportunity to sign up for service, including Gigabit internet.
GigabitNow Selected To Provide Gigabit Internet Services Across The City Of Fullerton As Part Of The Largest Privately Funded Open Access FiberCity™ in the USA
(Seattle, WA – April 8th, 2019) - GigabitNow, a division of IsoFusion, a leading provider of Internet access and IT services on the west coast of the United States, announced today its involvement in bringing Gigabit Internet speeds to the residents and businesses of the city of Fullerton, California. GigabitNow will be delivering Gigabit Internet services via international fiber optic network developer, SiFi Networks’ (SiFi), construction of one of the largest privately funded open access network in the United States. SiFi Networks will construct and operate the network, while GigabitNow will provide Gigabit Internet services, making fast reliable Gigabit speeds available to the community of Fullerton as part of efforts to revolutionize the North American telecoms market.
Seattle, Washington (April 17th, 2018) — GigabitNow, a division of IsoFusion, a leading provider of internet access and IT services in the Pacific Northwest, announced today that the Benaroya Companies have made an equity investment in IsoFusion and will also provide $14 million dollars in project financing capital which allows GigabitNow to significantly expand its operations. GigabitNow’s new in-house financing capabilities will allow it to expedite its network construction financing for private communities and municipalities in the U.S. including the initial costs of network development and deployment.
“Over the last few years, we have seen many underserved communities, essentially abandoned by the larger Internet Service Providers (ISPs), causing them to be forced to live without the advantages of high- speed fiber broadband.” said Stephen Milton, CEO of GigabitNow. “This investment and our continued expansion in the western United States allows us to continue our efforts to bring fast, reliable, fiber Internet connectivity to private communities and municipalities who can benefit from it most.”
GigabitNow has commenced construction on the largest community- owned fiber to the home build in Sonoma County, connecting the underserved residents of the Sea Ranch community to the fastest Internet speeds in the region. Where other telcos and Internet service providers turned the community away citing a lack of growth potential, an isolated development, and difficult terrain, GigabitNow has stepped in to provide a state of the art fiber network with reliable speeds to every house in the community.
HFN & GigabitNow upgrade Fiber to the Home (FTTH) network for more speed at lower price effective November 2015.
ISSAQUAH, WASHINGTON—November 2nd, 2015—The Highlands Fiber Network (HFN), a Fiber-To-The-Home (FTTH) network for the Issaquah Highlands community, is now offering Gigabit Internet connectivity for $70 a month. Due to the growing demand for FTTH and faster fiber Internet, GigabitNow, a Seattle-based fiber Internet Company, is lowering the price of its Gigabit fiber service for residents in the Issaquah Highlands Community. HFN has been offering Gigabit-class Internet since 2011 for under $200 per month. Through GigabitNow’s upgraded services, HFN will be able to offer residents of the Issaquah Highlands Community world-class gigabit Internet access for an unbeatable price.