Mimosa Networks, the provider of 5G Fixed wireless solutions, has announced that it is teaming with GeoLinks, a California-based communications service provider, on a number of statewide projects to revolutionize internet access at underserved government, educational, and healthcare organizations, the company said.
GeoLinks, named one of America´s fastest growing companies by Inc. Magazine, is connecting these previously unreached organizations by providing ultra-reliable, fiber-fast broadband throughout the state of California and beyond, using pioneering wireless broadband technology from Mimosa.
On Catalina Island, for example, GeoLinks successfully deployed Mimosa´s fiber-fast broadband solutions to bring high-speed internet access to the island community for the first time in its history.
Taking into account the unique location — 41 miles offshore — and leveraging the existing infrastructure, a team of engineers considered a number of advanced options to tackle the challenge of connecting the island to the mainland. GeoLinks ultimately selected Mimosa for the last mile of the installation, deploying Mimosa A5 access and C5 client devices throughout the harbor town of Avalon.
Speeds on the island are typically 300 Mbps, and the ultra-fast broadband connection provides support for essential communications services, tourism services, and commerce.
Back on the mainland, GeoLinks is actively addressing one of the state´s most critical infrastructure needs — connecting rural schools to the internet. In order to help these schools provide the highest and most advanced educational services to their students, GeoLinks again turned to Mimosa solutions to reach these hard-to-reach customers. Thanks to Mimosa´s ease of use, reliable performance and Gigabit-plus connectivity, Geolinks will be continuing its rapid deployment to rural school customers.
Mimosa Networks is the provider of next-generation, Hybrid Fiber-Wireless fixed access broadband solutions. Founded in 2012, Mimosa is based in Silicon Valley and deployed in over 130 countries worldwide.