Gigstreem offers coverage of next-generation residential and commercial broadband networks. The company is continuing its expansion and announced this week it has acquired Warp2Biz, an internet provider based out of Southern California. Through this partnership, Gigstreem can offer nationwide coverage within the U.S.
“We have a tremendous amount of growth and opportunity in Southern California, and now the Warp2biz network will enable us to serve our customers with our own network, which will produce an even better customer experience,” said Andrew Kusminsky, CEO of Gigstreem. “This network strengthens our ability to directly control the quality of service to our customers and deepens our footprint in another major metropolitan area where we are growing.”
Gigstreem boasts “screaming fast” connection speeds of up to 100 Mbps to 10 Gb using state-of-the-art national networks to provide reliable internet with no data caps for tens of thousands of homes and businesses. By acquiring War2Biz, Gigstreem will now be available coast to coast.
“Over the last 10 years, Warp2Biz has successfully served as an alternative provider of internet services to the businesses in Los Angeles and Orange County. Joining forces with Gigstreem provides us with the opportunity to deliver even greater value to our customers and to expand this model across the country,” said David Hellmold, CEO of Warp2Biz.
David Hellmold is transitioning over to Gigstreem as the newest member of the company’s executive team. He will be in charge of leading commercial sales.
Warp2Biz has been dedicated to providing fast internet speeds with reliable connections, which Gigstreem is also known for. With similar goals, the companies will pair nicely together while expanding their reach across the United States with high-speed fiber-based internet.
To see if Gigstreem is available in your area, check out the company’s current service locations and pricing options. If Gigstreem is not yet available in your area, the company is continuing to grow and expand into new areas.