Headquartered in Southern California, GeoLinks is a leading telecommunications company and competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC) public utility, nationally recognized for its innovative Internet and Digital Voice solutions. Ranked on Inc. Magazine’s Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Companies in America five years running, GeoLinks delivers Enterprise-Grade Internet, Digital Voice, SD-WAN, Cloud On-ramping, Layer 2 Transport, and both Public and Private Turnkey Network Construction expertly tailored for businesses and Anchor Institutions nationwide.
GeoLinks’ accelerated success is largely due to its flagship product, ClearFiber™, which offers dedicated business-class Internet with unlimited bandwidth, true network redundancy, and guaranteed speeds reaching up to 10 Gbps. Named “Most Disruptive Technology” in the 2018 Central Coast Innovation Awards, GeoLinks’ ClearFiber™ network is backed by a carrier-grade Service Level Agreement boasting 99.999% uptime and 24/7 in-house customer support. With an average installation period of 4 to 7 days, GeoLinks is proud to offer the most resilient and scalable fixed wireless network on the market.
GeoLinks delivers faster speeds with fixed PTP and PTMP wireless solutions and provides backhaul for 5G services. They operate with multi-vendors on PTMP solutions such as CBNL (Cambridge Broadband Networks), Curvalux, Intracom Telecom, and Globtel. And work with vendors on high-capacity PTP like SAF, Ceragon, and others.
In early 2021 GeoLinks announced the acquisition of 208 Spectrum Licenses from Verizon, making GeoLinks the largest holder of LMDS licenses in the 29/31 GHz bands.
The future goal of GeoLinks is to lease the spectrum to anyone who needs to license PTP or PTMP wireless. Overall providing a high-throughput speed or bandwidth capacity. While reaching markets in the spectrum license acquisition including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas-Ft. Worth, etc. Lastly, total control to own airwaves with the ability to supply gigabit and multi-gigabit speeds at lower prices. And to deliver fiber-like latency and jitter statistics to customers based across these markets.
Skyler Ditchfield, co-founder, and CEO said, “Thanks to this acquisition, we will be able to deliver superior solutions to existing carriers in the largest cities in the U.S., expand service in suburban areas, and bring connectivity to more underserved markets, all while maintaining our commitment to excellence and reliability. We will also be able to further expand our closing of the digital divide in rural markets while bringing a service offering comparable to the urban markets.”
By partnering with GeoLinks, we are adding another tool in the toolbox for our customers. We think that deploying in the LMDS band will allow service providers and utilities to expand their coverage and gain new customers in areas they currently cannot cover. The 29/31GHz spectrum coupled with the multiple hardware options will allow operators to deploy quickly in many US markets. We are always trying to be ahead of the curve and bring to market products and services that will best help our customers grow and we think that this partnership is a great opportunity to do just that. We are looking forward to where this partnership will go in the future.