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Conxx Carries Major Utility

September 12, 2016 | By | No Comments

Conxx now supports one of the nation’s larger utility conglomerates as the lead architect of its smart grid network. Exelon is the holding company for either major market electricity utility companies that reach from the midwest thru the middle atlantic regions of the country.exe-header-logo

Exelon consists of  Exelon Generation, Constellation, Commonwealth Edison, Philadelphia Electric Company, Baltimore Gas and Electric, Delmarva Power & Light, Atlantic City Electric, and Potomac Electric Power Company.

Exelon commissioned a customized smart grid version of the Conxx network management platform now called GridObserver. The migration to Conxx technology provided Exelon executives with  more timely access to operating data and Key Performance Indicators. That new access to meaningful data propelled network uptime performance to a new nigher standard. Read More

Conxx Connecting Sussex County DE

September 12, 2016 | By | No Comments

While collaborating with state and county officials about a regional solution for rural broadband, Conxx is able to showcase the cost-effective and rapid deployment features of both licensed  and unlicensed microwave technology to serve immediate networking needs in Sussex County.

Nanticoke Hospital in Seaford needed an uber performance link to connect a satellite medical facility. Conxx created a 300 mbps point-to-point link using Radwin 2000 technology during an installation timeframe that was less than a half-day in duration.

Nanticoke Install

The hospital can now reliably transfer voice over IP telephone, MRI and X-Ray images, security video and internet traffic across that wireless link to the hospital core network and through the Seaford municipal fiber network. Read More

DE Media Forecasts Role for Conxx

August 3, 2016 | By | No Comments

Delaware Business Times, July 21, 2016 

Every time Darlene Smith, owner of Smith’s Used Cars in Georgetown, wants to run a credit check on a customer, she has to plug her computer into her cell phone and use her data plan. Going over her data allowance by “just a little bit” means high overage costs.


“We’re not that far off from [U.S.] 9,” said Smith, of the large east/west road that runs about a mile north of her business.  She tried satellite connectivity, but that just never worked out. Now to cut costs, Smith sends customers to the bank for financing as much as possible.

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Sussex DE Selects Conxx

November 10, 2015 | By | No Comments

Lewes Delaware, a seaside gem that guards the Delaware Bay’s transition to the Atlantic Ocean, enjoys solid telecommunications services. But as one drives inland you leave that and the beaches in your rear view. Services for government, business and residents are lacking and the county government has engaged Conxx for a solution.Lewes



In a multi-phased approach Conxx is engineering a multi-user telecom strategy that improves government communication and paves the way for service to private users as well. This also supports the Environmental Services Division which needs advanced data connectivity to manage pumping operations in this sea-level region.

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Center for Digital Government Awards Conxx Network

September 15, 2015 | By | No Comments

Honors for Conxx network.


The Digital Government Achievement Awards (DGAA) recognize outstanding agency and department projects at the application and infrastructure level. United States and international government agencies enter applications and projects for extensive multi- panel review and grading. Read More

Conxx Network for Lackawanna County PA Lauded in Scranton Times Review

September 7, 2015 | By | No Comments

Two years after the launch of Lackawanna County’s wireless network, 180 properties are connected and the public can access the Internet for free at any county building or park.Dish

The upfront $2.8 million paid for 24 large microwave radios that replaced the county’s existing fiber-optic and copper-wire systems. The wireless network now connects every part of county government, saving money in telecommunications bills, chief information officer Jeff Mando said.

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