Allegany County is using a Conxx network to converge public safety and community broadband on a single network in rural Western NY. With a multi-user approach, county leadership will solve a long standing problem for safety, education and economic development and address the needs for the un-served and under-served population.
Lackawanna County, in Northeast Pennsylvania with a population of 215,000, implemented our county wide broadband solution to serve public safety, government operations, education, economic development and support 4 wireless service providers.
In 1996 using grants from Maryland and the Appalachian Regional Commission to provide Internet access for various public institutions, Allegany County 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.
The Conxx Wireless Waterways project was featured at a White House event where the Obama administration honored the Port of Pittsburgh Commission as one of the 12 Transportation Champions of Change.
Salem County, NJ is a rural community whose existing network solutions didn’t respond efficiently to the high-speed, high-demand needs of County government and Public Safety operations.
Located near the Hudson River, Peekskill, New York is a growing suburb of New York City that sought to expand its existing network to include additional tower sites and total coverage area for its wireless network.
The City of Cumberland, Maryland already had a robust network in place (the prototype of Conxx’s existing technology framework, AllCoNet). But they were looking to generate more cost savings while providing more services to their residents.
In an effort to become more efficient, the City Government of Cuyahoga Falls, OH began an initiative to use technology to reduce the need for city utility workers to travel to electric and water meters to be read in person.
Phoenix, AZ sought a partner to help them complete an ambitious strategic video deployment project in an unprecedentedly small amount of time.
Cambria County, Pennsylvania had an aging public safety system that required replacement. As a county with a relatively distributed rural population and rough terrain, it was important to find a solution that offered the necessary coverage while still maintaining reliability.