123.Net Adds New Cell Tower in Farmington Hills

SOUTHFIELD — As part of its continuing network investment, 123.Net has added a new wireless tower in the Farmington Hills industrial park area to provide greater capability and bandwidth to area businesses that rely on carrier class connectivity.

“123.Net continues to invest in new infrastructure to support increased demand for high speed fixed wireless that has resulted from the growing need for fast reliable service,’ said Jim Hart, 123.Net’s director of wireless. “As a Michigan-based provider, we’re always looking for new opportunities to support Michigan businesses with enhanced coverage.”

123.Net’s high-speed fixed wireless service offers speeds up to 2 gigabits per second on secure links. The company’s Farmington Hills tower will add capacity and quality coverage, including faster downloads, improved data speeds, and improved voice coverage. The new tower will serve businesses located in the Farmington Hills business and industrial park, located in the I-275 and Grand River Avenue area.

According to Hart, 123.Net’s mission is to be Michigan’s backbone for business. “Our goal is to ensure that our business customers always have extraordinary data and customer service experiences,” Hart said. “This new tower is our latest investment to help accomplish that. 123.Net is a Michigan business and we are dedicated towards Michigan businesses.”

123.Net built and owns its entire wireless network and is able to install most new customers within five to seven days. The company has 53 towers around Michigan, including five sites added in 2015, and expects to add another 10 wireless sites over the next 12 months. 123.Net supports its wireless network with 3,000 route miles of proprietary fiber. Earlier this year, 123.Net launched the Detroit Internet Exchange (DET-IX) to further establish Michigan’s internet infrastructure and bring faster speeds, greater bandwidth and lower costs for service providers across the state.

For more information, please visit http://www.123.Net.

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