We aim to fundamentally change how fiber infrastructure is delivered and to create a barrier-free market.

  • Current State 



The Bay Area, like much of the US, has two dominant local telecom providers: AT&T and Comcast. Both providers are widely disliked for customer service.


Comcast and AT&T hold a monopoly. They are short-sighted in their approach and offer ‘sub-par’ solutions. 

  • Market Positioning


To ensure the future, we want to close this gap in the marketplace.

Future Proof Speed

Build new infrastructure with the most advanced capacity that will be relevant for decades to come.

Enhance Competition

We provide competition for existing entrenched monopolies like AT&T and Comcast by operating as a third player in our markets.

Bring Choice

Provide a level playing field for other ISPs, a desire for many city partners.  Free users from being beholden to incumbent providers.

  • Design | Build | Market | Manage


A management team with extensive FTTH design, build, operate & marketing knowledge.  We’re a fully integrated, business-focused team of talented specialists that thrive on making delivery a future-proof network.  Our bespoke creative strategies and design solutions get results by driving lower costs per home passed and connected, while maximizing take-rate.


Customer experience is at the core of everything we do.  Our customers know we do work that resonates with their target market, ultimately improving their bottom line. Our focus is centered around customer experience with growth driven by new customers and retention.

  • Corporate Development


Partnerships & Acquisition


Recent history has manifested significant change with extensive mergers and a rapid flow of technologies supporting faster speeds, broader coverage and expanded market penetration.  


What kind of partnerships and target fiber networks are worth pursuing and what strategies should be used to integrate them? M&A complexity challenges are real but predictable and can be managed; the market/product uncertainty hurts financial returns if flexibility is not built into the plan. Buying a network and getting its systems integrated is one thing, but converting it into a long term sustainable business is harder.

  • Product & Service Roadmap

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Plan the Future

Build new fiber infrastructure with the most advanced capacity that will be relevant for decades to come.  However, the path to the future doesn’t come with directions. Achieving tomorrow’s goals requires thoughtful planning today, including 5G, XGS-PON, Quad-play and Smart city eco-systems.


Our planning, business, and technical expertise enables us to bring together the right people to identify priorities and make decisions.


“Let’s go invent tomorrow instead of worrying about what happened yesterday.”- Steve Jobs

  • Funding Multiplier

Government infrastructure broadband funding – SB 156


-  $3.25 billion to build, operate and maintain an open access, state-owned middle mile network – high-capacity fiber lines that carry large amounts of data at higher speeds over longer distances between local networks.


-  $2 billion to set up last-mile broadband connections that will connect homes and businesses with local networks. The legislation expedites project deployment and enables Tribes and local governments to access this funding.


-  $750 million for a loan loss reserve fund to bolster the ability of local governments and nonprofits to secure financing for broadband infrastructure