Frontiir’s mission, to bridge the global digital divide, is accomplished by maintaining high-performing networks, built with high-value products, which enable them to offer their services at affordable prices in their market.
Operating with a very simple company mission, “Do Something Common, Uncommonly Well,” has served wireless internet service provider Broadwave favorably. The company has grown from a small town ISP to a regional powerhouse during its five years, primarily thanks to word-of-mouth from its very satisfied and loyal customers. With a focus on ultra-reliable internet connectivity, Broadwave delivers high-speed internet to hotels, businesses, professional offices and government entities across Southern Florida.
Kansas Broadband Internet is singularly focused on bringing high-speed broadband internet to under-connected areas of rural Kansas. For years the wireless internet service provider (WISP) has championed closing the digital
One of the first private distributors of communications equipment in Bulgaria, RTS Bulgaria has over 25 years of experience supplying and deploying communications networks. With the tough macroeconomic climate over the past ten years, a growing area of focus for RTS is wireless networking technology, critical for the country’s development due to its low cost and fast rollout times.
Based in Burkina Faso’s capital, Ouagadougou, Virtual Technologies and Solutions (VTS) is an internet and transit provider, offering services to hundreds of ISPs, business customers and home users in and around the capital city. Founded just two years ago, the company now services over 500 subscribers and hopes to quickly scale to over 5,000 subs.
AeroNet PR, a Hybrid Enterprise ISP serving customers in Miami, Puerto Rico and the neighboring US Virgin Islands, specializes in ultra-reliable, high-speed, high-throughput offerings. With over 85% of its subscribers identifying as businesses, the ISP makes it their mission to deliver fiber-fast speeds, no matter what.
Building on their experience connecting farming communities in Traverse County, Minnesota, wireless internet service provider Advantenon is now tapping into the State’s Border-to-Border Broadband Development Grant Program to deliver high-speed connectivity to rural Wilkin, Grant and Stevens counties. The State-funded program sets aside $20 million to invest in the building of broadband infrastructure into unserved or underserved areas of Minnesota.
With a backbone network covering over 4,000 square kilometers and eight metro areas in Mexico, one of the country’s largest Wireless Internet Service Providers, XCIEN, has a clear mission - to provide reliable and high-speed internet to subscribers in both dense urban areas and in difficult to access rural areas. XCIEN’s business model is to provide Gigabit internet over wireless, avoiding the cost and delay of deploying fiber to the premises. Using wireless links, installation time to its residential, business and government customers is cut from months to days.
Just north of Venice, nestled among the vineyards of some of Italy’s top white wine varietals, are the headquarters of NuovaReti, an Italian-based ISP started in 2015. With over 2,500 subscribers and an equal mix of urban and rural customers, the wireless ISP services residential and business subscribers including local vineyards, schools, hospitality and financial institutions.
Taking on an incumbent service provider is always a daunting task, but given NBN’s failed promises to deliver reliable broadband in the Queensland area, Ezi-Web co-founders Jeffrey Smidt and Arron Hollis saw the immediate business potential. With their technical backgrounds, entrepreneurial vision and cutting-edge technology, Smidt and Hollis founded Ezi-Web to deliver ultra-broadband speeds to the local community who struggled for years to connect to the internet.
When Chris Hacken, CEO of Loop Internet, returned in 2015 to his hometown of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, he felt as if he had stepped back in time. Internet speeds were still as painfully slow as when he left. Having experienced many other parts of the country with improved internet access via cable or fiber, Hacken was surprised to see many in Wilkes-Barre still tethered to dial-up and DSL.
In the capital city of Tripoli, internet service provider Alkafaa is helping to rebuild Libya’s telecommunications sector by delivering fiber-fast speeds to the city’s residential customers, government institutions and local businesses. Following the disruption of Libya’s civil war, massive investment is now pouring in to rebuild the country’s telecom infrastructure, and the timing was perfect for Alkafaa to bring back desperately needed broadband service.
For residents and businesses in Bartlett, Texas, the arrival of Falcon Internet presented a golden opportunity for revitalization. After many years of residents and businesses leaving town due to the lack of employment and key services, the population of Bartlett is growing again and the availability of true broadband internet is helping to attract people back to the area.
Ahead of the MLB All-Star Game, Cintel deployed Mimosa point-to-point backhaul and point-to-multipoint access devices, with much of the equipment located on mobile surveillance trailers throughout Miami.
OSNet deploys Mimosa wireless broadband in Puerto Rico.
Lothian Broadband has mastered the art of bringing superfast broadband to even the most far-flung agricultural operations and homes in the farming community of East Lothian, Scotland. Residents and local businesses are no longer being left behind in the digital race, as Lothian's fiber-fast fixed wireless network has grown to meet the needs, and exceed the expectations, of their customers.
Traverse County in West Central Minnesota is home to vast soybean, sugar beet, and corn farms, and the resulting harvests make Minnesota the fifth largest agricultural producer in the U.S. Realizing that their farmers needed ultra-broadband to stay competitive, and frustrated with the amount of paperwork required by the State to get projects kick-started, the County decided to take matters into its own hands and contacted Advantenon, a wireless internet service provider (WISP) based in Plymouth, Minnesota for help.
When tapped to provide high-speed connectivity at the inaugural Velorama Colorado Biking and Music Festival in Denver, VALL Technologies knew that they would have their work cut out for them. After researching several high-speed alternatives, Valdez decided to go with Mimosa.
Tyler Booth, President of Stephouse Networks, is a well-loved personality in Portland, Oregon. For years, residents and business owners in certain pockets of the city were struggling with dial-up or simply didn’t have broadband coverage. With the service provider duopoly in the city maintaining sky-high pricing, Booth created Stephouse Networks to offer competing services to the underserved areas by taking the incumbents head-on.
The City of McDonough chose a hybrid fiber-wireless network that would not only allow them to offer Wi-Fi access but would revitalize the city's infrastructure, cut ongoing costs and importantly, provide the city with a backup network in the event of any disaster scenarios.
A long-time resident of Marin County, CA, Brandt Kuykendall founded Dillon Beach Internet (DBIS) to fill a connectivity gap for residents and businesses in the area. With most residents struggling with intermittent, low-speed internet, or quite often, no internet at all, Kuykendall envisioned bringing fiber-fast speeds to the idyllic beach community.
Located in rural central Nebraska, Prairie Hills Wireless has grown from strength to strength since it was founded in 2013. With over 1,200 wireless internet customers, the Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP) serves over 70% of the town of Ravenna. Prairie Hills Wireless covers an area of about 1,300 square miles, offering customers high-speed Internet with speeds of up to 150 Mbps.
With a network spanning 275 km of Mediterranean coastline and more than 10,000 square kilometers, aeromax is a leading wireless internet service provider (WISP) servicing more than two thousand cities and towns in Spain’s Costa Blanca region. The WISP has selected Mimosa for its new 5G Fixed wireless service, deploying Mimosa’s Access, Backhaul, and Client solutions to deliver speeds of 100 Mbps and greater to its residential and business customers.
With over 15 years of experience in telecommunications and data transport, Viginet-IP S.A. is a leading provider of managed municipal services for local governments and municipalities in the Buenos Aires province in Argentina. With strong demand across all sectors, Viginet-IP teamed with local distributor, Wireless Tigre, to find a new high-speed, high-capacity solution. After extensive evaluation, Viginet-IP selected Mimosa devices for its point-to-point and point-to-multipoint deployments in local government networks. With the Mimosa solution, Viginet-IP has seen reduced installation times, and lower operation and equipment costs in comparison with previous point-to-point deployments.
High-speed internet is finally starting to reach remote areas, thanks to a growing trend of power companies who are using techniques, infrastructure, and lessons learned when they brought electricity to their communities almost 100 years ago.
By deploying Mimosa B5 and B5-Lite backhaul radios, Duncan was able to reduce costs dramatically without sacrificing performance.
CountryFlo Music Festival deployed Mimosa C5 client devices and A5 access devices, providing attendees and vendors high-speed internet access during the festival.
Joink LLC is a leading technology solutions provider offering high-speed internet and tripled capacity on key links by deploying Mimosa B11.
Amtech Communications is a leading provider of large-scale residential amenity solutions to hundreds of Multi Dwelling Unit (MDU) properties spanning the Mid-Atlantic region.
Swisscom Event & Media Solutions AG was tasked with deploying the entire network for the Swiss Wrestling and Alpine Festival.
TNB Telecom, a leading provider of broadband connectivity throughout Brazil, has dramatically and rapidly scaled their broadband capacity with Mimosa backhaul radios.
Specializing in rural broadband in the United Kingdom, Village Networks delivers point-to-point wireless connections to customers in Buckinghamshire.
With spectacular growth over the last year, Sofitec, a worldwide leader in the aerospace industry, was looking to expand its operations with a new plant in Seville, Southern Spain.
Launching their high-speed Internet service in a small suburb called Warm Springs in Fremont, Sail Internet chose an ideal Silicon Valley location for their real-world lab.
Tasked with guaranteeing reliable, high-speed wireless internet coverage for an outdoor event covering 125,000 square feet and 15,000 users is no small feat. Add to the mix the presence of President Barack Obama delivering Commencement at the prestigious Howard University along with the press and Secret Service that accompany POTUS, and a successful installation became of utmost importance to Slice Wireless Solutions.
Giga Internet is a leading provider of digital Internet services in the Gaucho Highlands, a mountainous region in the of Rio Grande do Sul state in southern Brazil, and Metropolitan region of Porto Alegre, the state capital of one of the biggest Brazilian states. This region is home to many Brazilians of German and Italian descent, with cities in the Serra Gaúcha reflecting German and Italian influences through their architecture, gastronomy and culture. With its state-of-the-art network, Giga Internet is flourishing in the region, recognized for their high capacity and high performance network, and superb service.
Triad Wireless, a wireless engineering consulting firm and WISP operator based out of Phoenix, did not start out planning to offer rural Internet. With their sights set squarely on the residential market, the company competed directly with cable and DSL providers, creating a different model that took advantage of low-cost 802.11-based equipment, deploying an increasing number of Access Points and moving them closer to customers. To realize his vision of a high-speed next generation wireless network, founder Rory Conaway turned to Mimosa.
Boundless Networks was founded in 2010 with a clear objective of becoming the UK’s leading rural broadband provider. The Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP) covers over 3,000 square miles with over 5,000 live wireless connections, and delivers superfast broadband to areas of Lancashire and Yorkshire that are not well served by the national providers.
Ultimate Broadband is a leading-edge Broadband ISP based in the region of Canterbury on the South Island of New Zealand. Canterbury is the country’s largest region by area and second largest by population, and is home to Christchurch, the largest city in the region with a population of over 380,000.
Founded in 2013 by Bill Buchan, Marykirk.com is a Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP) providing wireless-based Internet infrastructure for inhabitants of rural Aberdeenshire, Scotland. The WISP has more than 200 antenna installed over 300 square miles of very hilly, tree-covered terrain.
With a population of about 2,700, Getaria is a picturesque coastal town located in Basque Country in the North of Spain, midway between Bilbao and Pamplona. The town is famous for explorers, white wine and high technology – in 2012, a two-man team from Getaria modeled a 3D representation of their hometown and won Google’s “Model Your Town” competition.
Like many municipalities worldwide, the City of Pleasanton, California, was plagued by the lack of available bandwidth for critical city-wide safety infrastructure. With over 70,000 residents, the city is one of the wealthiest mid-sized cities in the United States. But while many remote City facilities were able to get WAN connectivity with pre-existing DSL or fiber connections, there were still many critical areas in the City without sufficient connectivity or bandwidth.
ChargePoint is the world’s largest and most open electric vehicle (EV) charging network. With over 22,100 locations, business is booming for ChargePoint. As their business expands, so too does their workforce.
Siouxland Wireless was established in 2005 and began as a web hosting, software development and technology services company. A new Siouxland Wireless was created in 2013 with Lew Weinberg as President, Mark Lehr as General Manager and Tristan Irwin as the IT Engineer forming a partnership. Over the years, Siouxland has deployed many different types of wireless gear including equipment from Redline, Alvarion, Purewave, Motorola, SAF and Cambium.
Shelby Broadband, a leading Internet Service Provider and facilities-based CLEC covering the Bluegrass Region of Kentucky, today serves over 3500 subscribers. Shelby is known for its robust customer service and vast technical expertise. Shelby Broadband has been awarded “Operator of the Year” by the membership of the Wireless Internet Service Provider’s Association (WISPA).
Wisper ISP was one of Mimosa’s first B5 Backhaul adopters. The Wisper team used Mimosa’s B5 to connect a community near St. Louis, MO. The link originates at a fiber-fed tower with a 1 Gbps connection, and serves a community of 500-600 customers.
Businesses throughout the Southeast U.S. turn to Snappy Internet & Telecom for their experience in delivering high-bandwidth Internet access for the most demanding applications. When faced with the need for faster backhauls in a heavily congested environment, Snappy turned to Mimosa.
Springnet1 is a full-service internet company founded in 1995. Offering national high-speed internet connections, wireless internet, dial-up internet, as well as website design and hosting. SpringNet chose to upgrade several of their links with Mimosa radios hoping to increase overall network throughput.