Fierce Markets Name Rise Telecomm Service Provider of Year – Fierce Wireless With roughly 200,000 customers, Rise Broadband is the nation’s largest provider of fixed wireless services. As such, the company highlights two critical trends in the telecommunications industry: the growing momentum behind fixed wireless technology, and the role that technology can play in crossing […]
Rise Broadband, a member of the Wireless Internet Service Providers (WISPA), has been named Telecom Service Provider of the Year by Fierce Telecom and Fierce Wireless in the annual Fierce Innovation Awards. The Fierce Innovation Awards “recognize and reward the best and brightest operators, service providers and vendors for their commitment to next-gen business and consumer offerings.”
Fierce Markets, a leader in B2B e-media in the telecommunications industry, has chosen Rise Broadband for its innovation and acumen in closing the information gap by establishing high-speed fixed wireless internet and digital phone service in rural and suburban areas often under-served by traditional wireline or cable carriers.
Rise’s selection highlights two key trends in the wireless industry: the growing interest around fixed wireless technology and the potential for wireless to cross the digital divide and connect the unconnected.
Up from #24 the previous year, Rise Broadband continues to be recognized as one of Colorado’s premier privately-held organizations.
Rise has been named the 13th largest Telecommunications Company in the Denver area in 2017 based on 2016 total revenues (subscription site).
Posted October 21, 2017 With $159.51 million in 2016 revenue, Rise moves up from #24 on DBJ’s Annual List.
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Rise Co-founder Jeff Kohler says areas with less density can best be served with fixed wireless networks that can be built for far less money and that the lawmakers who direct funding towards built-out projects are getting the message.
A national study from the Wireless Internet Service Providers Association (WISPA), of which Rise Broadband is a leading member, says the economics of fixed wireless make it the most cost-effective broadband solution for rural and other under-served areas because networks can be built and upgraded faster and at a fraction of the cost of networks based on DSL, fiber, or cable.
Telarus is celebrating partnerships with two telecommunications providers including Rise Broadband. Telarus agents can now sell Rise’s enterprise voice and data services throughout its coverage area