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.
As the trend of streaming movies and television shows becomes more popular, so does the demand for faster, better internet connections. It is because of that demand that installers at Greenlight Networks have been busy lately, setting up fiber at homes across the area.
Digital Rochester held its fifth annual GREAT Awards ceremony at the Joseph A. Floreano Rochester Riverside Convention Center on Tuesday.
Another city with Greenlight? Unrelated to the one in Wilson, Rochester’s local ISP, Greenlight Networks, also offers 1 gigabit per second speeds for $100 per month (construction/installation fee waived with two-month commitment).
If any Ontario County community seemed poised to get a high-tech fiber optic Internet system, it would have to be Victor; it’s a fairly wealthy Rochester suburb that’s seen plenty of development.
Greenlight Networks, an ultra-high-speed, broadband service start-up, today announced its support of the New NY Broadband Program, which was included in the passage of the 2015-16 New York State Budget.