Mage Networks’ proprietary technology was featured in a recent story on NBC4 Washington covering the revolutionary new pilot program underway in Stafford County, Virginia. With increasing numbers of people being required to work remotely from home or attend school online, reliable internet access is more vital than ever before. Underserved areas and rural communities with limited internet connectivity are no exception. It is our goal to bridge the internet access gap ahead of the school year.
We can deploy networks quickly and at a fraction-of-the-cost of traditional infrastructure.
Whether your community is in rural Alberta or the Cayman Islands, Mage Networks is opening the doors of opportunity by making Internet universally accessible everywhere. Find out more about how Mage Networks is connecting underserved areas to reliable, high-speed internet.