Connexion Technologies adds three more properties to growing FTTH roster

June 11, 2007
JUNE 11, 2007 -- Connexion Technologies says it will build FTTH networks in three new developments: Sandy Creek Farms, an upscale neighborhood development in Gulf Shores, AL; Tunica National, a master-planned community in northern Mississippi; and Overlook at Camp Creek, a single-family home community on the outskirts of Atlanta.

JUNE 11, 2007 -- Connexion Technologies (search for Connexion Technologies) says it will build state-of-the-art fiber networks for three new developments: Sandy Creek Farms, an upscale neighborhood development in Gulf Shores, AL (Joe Raley Builders); Tunica National, a master-planned community in northern Mississippi (Dunn and Harrell Development, LLC); and Overlook at Camp Creek, a single-family home community on the outskirts of Atlanta, GA (Trey Robinson Homes).

"Bandwidth requirements for communications are rising dramatically," reports Glen Lang, CEO of Connexion Technologies. "The cable and phone company networks will be replaced over the next decade. Only fiber optics can support the new requirements of residential consumers."

Connexion invests in properties by designing, installing, and operating fiber-optic networks using its own capital. Fiber-optic technology allows the convergence of entertainment and communication services to be delivered at the speed of light. Its unlimited bandwidth can handle emerging technologies as they come to market. The final result is not only a better connection, but also a more reliable means to deliver technology.

"Within five years, fiber-connected communities will be worth $5,000 more than copper-connected lots," asserts Lang. "Developers should not want to install yesterday's copper infrastructure in tomorrow's communities. Fiber is a must for developers who are constructing new communities," he maintains.


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