123Net Increases Wireless Internet Near Metro Airport To Support Business Mobility

123Net Increases Wireless Internet Near Metro Airport To Support Business Mobility

SOUTHFIELD – 123Net, Michigan’s largest private provider of Fixed Wireless, has added its latest Point of Presence site north of Detroit Metropolitan Airport. Businesses in Romulus, Wayne, and Westland can now connect to dedicated, symmetrical Internet with speeds up to 1 Gigabit per second.

123Net deployed this PoP site to support the mobility movement throughout Metro Detroit, and to increase the redundancy of their current network infrastructure.

The latest PoP provides service to a major automotive OEM, creates a reliable, low-latency connection, and enables large data transfers throughout the OEM’s campus.

123Net is also building a ring between this new site, and several other nearby PoPs, increasing density and redundancy of its network.

Adding bandwidth capacity and expanding coverage in the business-dense pockets of Romulus, Wayne and Westland where these businesses will benefit from faster download and data transfer speeds, as well as enhanced voice services.

With the new installation, 123Net now has 57 Fixed Wireless PoP sites strategically located across Michigan backed by nearly 4,000 route miles of proprietary fiber and four Tier 3 data centers.

For more information on how your business can benefit from 123Net’s latest wireless PoP site, visit: Fixed Wireless.

By |2019-01-23T09:59:13+00:00January 22nd, 2019|Featured, New Products / Contracts|

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