September 15, 2010
Construction is underway on our new tower in Mountain
Falls Park. Service should be operational by October
August 16, 2010
Upgrades have been performed at our Stephens City broadcast
tower. These will allow us to provide a higher level of
service in this surrounding area.
March 20, 2010
New tower in Shawnee-Land is scheduled to be completed and
operational. This tower will reach 90% of the
March 11, 2010
Construction has begun on
our new tower site in the lower portion of the Shawnee-Land
March 10, 2010
Our primary link between
our office has been upgraded from a 20mbps link to a 60mbps
link. This will provide more bandwidth to our
Clear Brook & Stephenson access tower is now live and
servicing customers in that area.
Equipment is currently being installed on the
Clear Brook water tower. This tower should be live and
servicing customers by December 1st.
November 3, 2009
Network Load Equalizing
unit implemented to further enhance speeds to our customers.
Bandwidth Shaping server implemented at our Network
Operations Center to better control overall bandwidth
allocation on our network.
July 24, 2009
New Router installed at
Network Operations Center to eliminate packet congestion
accessing the internet.
March 13, 2009
Apple Pie Ridge access
tower is now live and servicing customers in that area.
March 9, 2009
Apple Pie Ridge access tower construction completed.
Equipment is now being tested before putting customers on
March 3, 2009
Gore, VA & Capon Bridge, WV access tower now online
and ready to service customers.
March 2, 2009
We are sponsoring the
spring home & garden show at Apple Blossom Mall on
Saturday, March 14. Please visit our booth just
outside the food court.
February 16, 2009
Little North Mountain
access tower now online and ready to service customers in
areas to the east and south.
Shawneeland & Mountain
Falls communities are now being serviced and covering most
areas of these communities.
January 1, 2009
Great North Mountain
access tower now online and ready to service customers
within 15 miles radius with near line-of-sight visibility to