Competitive Companies, Inc. (OTCQB: CCOP) today announced an agreement for the company to purchase high-speed IP and colocation services from Level 3 Communications. The new services will provide CCI with the network infrastructure to build out its carrier-class wireless services.
“We look forward to leveraging the extensive Level 3 network and on-net building footprint to expand our wireless network services to new markets across the United States. The reach and reliability of the Level 3 network will deliver greater scale and value to our carrier customers nationwide,” remarks William Gray, CEO of CCI.
Specifically, direct access to the Level 3 network at more than 20 sites nationwide will provide CCI with the underlying interconnection capabilities to deliver its gigabyte “Diamond Ring” backhaul and Small Cell network. The Diamond Ring consists of a dual redundant millimeter wave gigabyte ring from which all services originate. The Diamond Ring hosts a unique marketing concept managed by Wytec’s wholly owned subsidiary, Wylink, Inc.
CCI, through subsidiary Wytec International, builds gigabit wireless networks with carrier-class data transport services providing superior reliability and scalability engineered to support next-gen technology such as the $15 Billion Small Cells as a Service (SCaaS) Industry. Another CCI subsidiary, Capaciti Networks, utilizes the Diamond Ring network to market its high capacity broadband services to small, medium, and enterprise businesses.
CCI currently has operational networks in both Columbus, Ohio, and San Antonio, Texas where its network services commercial broadband services marketed by Capaciti with future network build outs to be finalized for Denver, San Diego, Sacramento and San Jose scheduled over the next few months.
About Competitive Companies, Inc.
Competitive Companies, Inc., founded in 1998, is a Nevada-based corporation with corporate offices in San Antonio, Texas. The Company primary business focus is acquiring and providing next generation fixed and mobile wireless broadband technologies through its subsidiaries Wytec International, Inc. and Capaciti Networks Inc. Most recently, Wytec has filed a provisional patent for its unique Small Cell Node called the LPN-16 and is scheduled to pilot test the technology in three cities by the end of 2014. Test will include a host of service providers including carriers, Cable operators and Fiber to the Home (FTTH) service providers.
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