connecting the commonwealth to hi-speed internet and voice services
The Massachusetts Broadband Institute (MBI) has constructed 1,300 miles of fiber-optic cable to connect 123 communities in western and north central Massachusetts to high-speed Internet. Since its inception, Crocker Communications has been involved in the MassBroadBand 123 initiative, which is now making it possible for rural communities in western Massachusetts to access internet and voice services that most of us take for granted. We’re proud of our involvement in the initiative.
Our deep knowledge of the MassBroadband 123 Network, coupled with our long-standing relationships with schools and organizations in our area, means we understand how to leverage this infrastructure. Schools, community colleges, libraries, healthcare institutions and public safety facilities—designated “Community Anchor Institutions”—choose Crocker as their provider for Internet and communication services, including voice and managed services.
We assisted the MBI with its first deployment of service on the fiber network to Monarch Place in Springfield. We were recently chosen by the town of Leverett as the sole provider of high-speed Internet access and phone service over its town-wide fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) network.
We’re prepared to light the rest of western Massachusetts. Contact Bill Stathis, Director of Sales at Crocker Communications, to learn more. Bill can be reached at 413-588-2278 or firstname.lastname@example.org.