D-Link is helping bring Internet access to parts of central Texas classified as 'sub-rural' - communities that are so small and isolated that they are not recognized by the Census Bureau - by providing routers and managed switches to LiveAir Networks, a technical services company that brings digital microwave Internet service to the region.
In order to meet the Internet connectivity needs of its customers, LiveAir designed and installed digital microwave antennae on water towers and other tall structures to deliver network traffic to geographically remote towns, using D-Link routers and switching solutions to facilitate and manage transmissions.
Commenting on this update, James W. Breeden, LiveAir Networks CEO said "LiveAir customers are way out in the boondocks. Many of our target markets are not census-recognized districts. Upton, Northrup, Winchester, Pin Oak and Serbin are not even classified as "rural" by the USDA. They're "sub-rural. They receive spotty, if any, cell phone service, so it's understandable that staying connected to the Internet is a priority in this region."
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