Simi Valley, CA 10th March 2020- The Council members of Simi Valley last night unanimously approved SiFi Networks’ FiberCity™ proposal enabling them to build a privately funded open access fiber network throughout the City.
The planned fiber network will pass each and every home and business throughout Simi Valley providing one of the region’s most sophisticated networks enabling not only high-speed internet but access to the possibility of Smart City applications.
“We are excited about the opportunity to partner with SiFi Networks to bring a fiber network to Simi Valley. Very soon, every resident and business owners will be able to have a fiber connection at their door that can provide gigabit service. Internet connectivity will no longer be an issue anywhere in Simi Valley. This further enhances the desirability and quality of life residents and business owners currently enjoy in Simi Valley”, said Simi Valley Mayor Keith Mashburn.
Once built the network would allow access to service providers enabling them to deliver a range of products and price points to the residents and businesses in the City therefore providing more choice and better customer service.
“We are delighted to work with Simi Valley and are now eager to start our process of completing the demand survey, designing the network and selecting the best possible service providers for the City,” said Scott Bradshaw, President of SiFi Networks America.
SiFi Networks will start to complete the demand survey in the coming weeks, residents and businesses can register their interest in the project and find out more here.