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  • Helping you build a better future for your community

    Helping you build a better future for your community


CONXX is a network provider that is dedicated to helping people become more connected. We work with communities to develop comprehensive network solutions for use in government, education, public safety, business and residential settings. At CONXX you’ll find all the experience, tools, and technology you need to deploy a carrier-grade backbone architecture with best-of-breed wireless last-mile technology.

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Our Services

In our years of experience, we’ve found that most communities have three general areas that they need help with: building consensus, coming up with a technical solution, and funding the project. CONXX can help you in all of those areas. We sit down with you, listen to your community’s needs, and then help you come up with a holistic solution that will be financially feasible, popular, and most importantly, reliable.

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Recent News

Lackawanna County holds groundbreaking for wireless network

August 1, 2013 | admin The Lackawanna County commissioners billed it as a groundbreaking even though there was nary a shovel in sight. With the county's new wireless network on schedule for a late August launch, the administration on Tuesday celebrated the impending technological leap with a brief ceremony on Courthouse Square that ended with the participants and guests adding their signatures to the last of the microwave radios that will form the backbone of the system. Read More

Department of Homeland Security and FEMA Select CONXX Architecture as “Smart Practice”

Our Projects

Allegany County, New York

Allegany County is a traditional rural community in Western NY that defines the un-served and underserved communications challenges that persist in America.   Read More

Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania

Lackawanna County, a county in Northeast Pennsylvania with a population of roughly 215,000, was looking to implement broadband connectivity in some of their public spaces to help drive economic growth. Read More

Port of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh is the second busiest inland port and the 20th busiest port of any kind in the United States. With more than 32 million tons of cargo moving through the port each year, the Port of Pittsburgh Commission (PPC) recognized that they needed a stronger network infrastructure to modernize and streamline the port’s operations. Read More

Allegany County, Maryland

In 1996, after receiving grants from Maryland and the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) to provide Internet access for various public institutions, Allegany County, Maryland created an innovative and unique network solution that was arguably the first wireless carrier-grade broadband network in the country. The network was called AllCoNet. Read More