BrightSky Networks is lighting up St Petersburg with more upload and download!

St Petersburg is a rapidly growing community with residents, and businesses alike looking for better performance from their broadband providers.

St Petersburg is a rapidly growing community with residents, students and businesses alike looking for better performance from their broadband providers. BrightSky Networks is a new provider of wireless, and wireless hybrid solutions. Businesses will finally have access to more bandwidth for greater employee productivity, an alternative provider for back-up and disaster recovery services, and advanced business solutions such as VoIP for clearer communications.

 

Broadband Services

Dedicated Broadband:

  • Service Level Agreement (SLA) / Purpose-built Networks
  • Flexible term agreement options
  • Bandwidth 200Mb – 5Gb
  • Symmetrical
  • Customer portal and support
  • Fast installation
  • Field dispatch service
  • 99.99% availability

BrightSky Beam for medium-to-large enterprises:

  • Service Level Agreement (SLA)
  • Flexible term agreement options
  • Bandwidth 10 – 200Mb
  • Symmetrical
  • Customer portal and support
  • Fast installation
  • Field dispatch service
  • 99.99% availability

BrightSky Flare for small-to-medium businesses:

  • Bandwidth 10 – 50Mb
  • Asymmetrical
  • Customer portal and support
  • Fast installation

 

With small-to-medium businesses increasingly demanding enterprise-level connectivity, and with large corporations expecting top-quality service with guaranteed uptimes and support, there is a need for a fast, reliable, and cost-effective broadband service from a capable provider.

Wireless and wireless hybrid networks for ‘greener’ solutions

BrightSky Networks provides businesses with a range of additional capabilities, from bandwidth to VoIP, so they can gain and maintain competitive advantage, in addition to opting for a more environmentally-friendly alternative provider.

With wireless and wireless hybrid solutions, there is little to no need to dig into the ground and lay fiber, which avoids damage to the environment and construction costs.