altafiber and Boone County are proud to announce that fiber-enabled, high-speed public Wi-Fi will be available in multiple parks and recreation locations throughout Boone County and in partnership with the Cities of Florence, Walton and Union as part of Boone County’s broader effort to support economic growth and provide an outstanding experience for residents and visitors.
One of the true gems of the “Gem City” is Dayton Children’s Hospital, a not-for-profit pediatric care provider and leading advocate for children in the Dayton region. With a history of innovation spanning more than a half-century, Dayton Children’s recently turned to altafiber to help it better meet the needs of today’s tech-savvy parents.
“The parents of our children are part of the millennial and Gen Z generations, and they are digital natives,” said Debbie Feldman, president and CEO of Dayton Children’s. “They want to be able to support their children’s health in a digital way. They want to be able to make an appointment at 10 at night when they finally have a chance to take a breath after their children are in bed. They want to be able to track their children’s health through the use of wearables and other kinds of technology. All of these technologies and new digital approaches are going to be instrumental to how we care for children in the future and how we monitor their health.”
Press Release originally published by Butler County
On Friday, April 28, Butler Tech joined the Ohio Department of Development, Monroe Local Schools, Butler County Educational Service Center, BroadbandOhio, Ohio Connectivity Champions, SWOCA, and altafiber, to celebrate the “Connect Our Students” initiative which includes a $95,000 grant to bring high-speed internet to K-12 students living in the Rochester Hills community in Monroe.
As you plan for the future of your business, you need technology that’s not only going to get you through today; you need something that’ll take you tomorrow.
Calling. Collaborating. Connecting with clients. Managing your business, the way you want means having Internet speeds that keep up with all your multitasking needs. But what good is speed if it doesn’t come with safety and reliability? With fiber, you’ll get more than just a sense of security.
“Location, location, location!” is an old adage in real estate and holds especially true for brick-and-mortar businesses setting up shop. In the age of the Internet, however, an equally important motto for businesses—particularly e-commerce shops—could be, “Connection, connection, connection!”
When it comes to Internet speeds, fast never seems to be fast enough. And whether you work, learn, or play from home, chances are the last year has made you appreciate the need for speed. From untimely outages to laggy connections — nothing gets in the way of work or play like inconsistent Internet.
Each small business is unique in its own way. From the size of its staff to the variety of products and services it offers, there’s no shortage of nuances that make each one an invaluable part of our economy and a staple of its surrounding community. There is an advantage, however, that can help yours stand out and thrive: Intelligent Wi-Fi.
Owning a business is all about connecting with your community and your customers with constant drive to always find ways to grow and get to the next level. It’s no secret — fiber technology is the future of communications and the key way to how we all stay connected. To run a successful and smooth functioning business, it's important that you have consistent reliable speed and the latest technology. It really is the best guarantee when it comes to future-proofing your business.