FAQ VIDEOS
Continue reading to find out about the future of fiber!
Continue reading to find out about the future of fiber!

The Broadband Revolutionis here

For decades, America has had a problematic relationship with telecoms. Today, broadband across the US is owned by a few large corporations.

Outside of large cities, access is often patchy, competition is stifled, and consumers have little choice in the operator they use. Millions of broadband customers still only have one choice of provider in their area.

Modern consumers need high-speed reliable broadband for everything from working from home, to e-health and vital services, so it’s vital that broadband networks are fit for purpose.

Comcast
Charter
AT&T
Verizon

Just 4 companies share 82 million subscribers

What is open access broadband?How is it changing US networks?

  • passive
  • active
  • services
  • traditional monopolies
  • network owner
  • operating company
  • service provider

The need for high-speed connectivity in the US is leading the way for open access, a new model of fiber broadband that is already delivering better choice for consumers, tackling the digital divide and creating the new smart FiberCities® of the future.

SiFi Networks is a privately owned business, funding and deploying competitive 100% open-access fiber broadband networks citywide, across the USA, owning the asset and operating it.

The model of open-access broadband championed by SiFi Networks works by breaking down the traditional monopoly in a network and separating it into three entities: the management or infrastructure company that builds and owns the fiber in the ground, the operating company that manages the active electronics on the network, and the service providers that deliver retail services to customers.

Crucially, this improves competition and allows customers to choose a package from a provider that best suits their needs, at a better price.

SiFi is currently in the process of building three FiberCities®: where our fiber network is connecting every home and business in Fullerton CA, Placentia CA and Salem, MA – the network however, is about more than just a gig of internet, it is about shaping the city’s future for economic development, smart city accessibility and closing the digital divide.

Fibercity Fibercity Fibercity Fibercity Fibercity Fibercity Fibercity Fibercity Fibercity Fibercity Fibercity Fibercity Fibercity Fibercity Fibercity Fibercity Fibercity Fibercity Fibercity Fibercity

About SiFi Networks' new bookdownload below

Shortly, SiFi Networks will launch Broadband: The Second American Revolution, a book we’ve written that explores three key themes: the role of open access fiber in creating smart cities of the future; how it will tackle America’s digital divide; and how it will give consumers more choice.

The book includes interviews with a variety of people, including: the head of Iceland’s biggest fiber network, a US representative and a state senator, the Greenlining Institute, a capital fund manager, a mayor of a FiberCity® and many more people, to bring you an insightful look at how broadband in the US is changing.

  • Chapter 01

    The Second American Revolution

  • Chapter 02

    What is Open-Access?

  • Chapter 03

    Iceland - The World's Fiber Leader

  • Chapter 04

    The Politics of Setting Broadband Free

  • Chapter 05

    An Entrepreneur's Perspective

  • Chapter 06

    An Investor's Perspective

  • BroadbandThe Second American Revolution SiFi Networks

  • Chapter 07

    Why Should ISPs Embrace Open-Access Broadband?

  • Chapter 08

    Fullerton - The First American Fibercity®

  • Chapter 09

    Designing the Smart City of the Future

  • Chapter 10

    An American Dream

  • Chapter 11

    Digital Equity - Reading Between the Lines

  • Chapter 12

    Conclusion

Download SiFi’s bookfor free here

Are you one of millions with slow broadband speeds and limited choice?

Is your broadband at or around 25 Mbps download speed?

Get ready for open-access fiber and unleash 1 Gbps speeds.

gauge 15% gauge 33% gauge 66% gauge 100%

Are you one of millions with slow broadband speeds and limited choice?

Is your broadband at or around 25 mbps download speed?

Get ready for open-access fiber and unleash 1 GBPS speeds

SiFi's open-access: building FiberCities® and giving consumers choice!