Greenlight Networks is expanding again, heading to the west side of Monroe County for the first time.
Greenlight Networks will deploy Nokia’s next-generation fiber technology to enhance its fiber network capacity, reliability, flexibility, and scale to deliver new high-quality residential and business services.
Local billionaire and philanthropist Tom Golisano expects to see sign-ups for Greenlight Networks’ fiber internet double within six months because of increased capital and speed of infrastructure installation.
They’re joining forces with Tom Golisano as they look to expand across Monroe County. The company finalized its sale to the Rochester businessman on Monday as they look to become a player in the Rochester internet market.
he words “Greenlight” and “Golisano” in the same sentence ignited a speculative fervor in Rochester this month that few other ideas can conjure.
Katelynn Benz is a busy mom of two who’s looking to save money for her family by cutting the cord with her cable company.
Tom Golisano is joining the Greenlight Networks team.
Whether it’s reliability or customer service issues, News10NBC has heard from hundreds of Frontier and Spectrum customers who’ve had enough and are considering cutting the cord. A Rochester fiber company is hoping to capitalize on that frustration.
Greenlight Networks, an ultra-high-speed, broadband service provider, offering residential and small business customers Internet speeds up to a Gigabit per second, announced today that it completed construction of its 1st Greenlight District in the Village of Fairport, NY
The Diocese of Rochester Catholic Schools and Greenlight Networks, an ultra-high-speed, broadband service provider, today announced a partnership to provide a fiber optic, Gigabit Internet service for Siena Catholic Academy in Brighton.