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Skyriver Adds New Broadband Coverage to Meet Demand for Business Broadband

Wed, 08/21/2013 - 4:01pm
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SAN DIEGO, Aug. 19, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Skyriver has launched new service areas for Southern California businesses. The newly added coverage includes parts of Riverside and San Bernardino counties, plus the eastern portion of Orange County.

Since its inception in 2000, Skyriver has delivered broadband service engineered for reliability and performance to thousands of businesses that rely on business-class broadband for success. As the demand for broadband continues to rise exponentially, Skyriver's expansion into numerous new service areas, as well as its recent network upgrades are representative of Skyriver's commitment to meeting the broadband needs of today's companies.

"Of late, we've seen a significant increase in companies looking for fiber-grade broadband service in Corona, Norco and Chino business areas. As a result, we've expanded our coverage throughout the area.
Additionally, we've added new coverage in Anaheim Hills", said Saeed Khorami, CEO and President of Skyriver.

This marks the second broadband coverage upgrade in 6 months for Skyriver. In February, Skyriver announced the addition of Santa Monica, California to its Los Angeles Service Area.

Businesses located in the new coverage areas will now have access to the same outstanding broadband performance that Skyriver delivers to existing customers. "Our broadband service is optimized for real-time applications like cloud-computing, ERP, VoIP and streaming media. With symmetrical broadband speeds that are scalable to GigE, 99.99% uptime guarantees, and extremely low latency and jitter, our Skyriver Enterprise service is perfectly suited for today's most advanced business applications", says Jenny Bourbiel, Vice President of Marketing.

For more information, visit www.skyriver.net.

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