Rainbow Broadband Adds New Fiber Hub In SOHO

Carrier Class Fixed Wireless Network Servicing New York City Adds Capacity to Fast-Growing Manhattan Tech Corridor

Rainbow Broadband (www.rainbowbroadband.com), a carrier class fixed wireless network servicing New York City, has added a new fiber hub in SoHo. The additional infrastructure expands the company’s capacity to service new customers in one of Manhattan’s fastest-growing neighborhoods for tech companies and startups.

The latest SoHo installation marks Rainbow Broadband’s third hub servicing the neighborhood, and its 14th total providing high-speed Internet to buildings and businesses throughout New York City. Each hub is central to a fast and reliable broadband network that can deliver symmetrical bandwidth at speeds up to 10 Gigb.

In business for a decade, Rainbow Broadband now stands as one of New York City's largest and most experienced fixed wireless providers. The reach of its carrier class network includes 300+ buildings in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Long Island City, connecting 500+ customers to a collective 12 Gigbs of capacity. Many of the fastest growing companies in social media, digital, finance and beyond count on Rainbow Broadband daily, including BuzzFeed, Vice, Kickstarter, Vayner Media, Samsung, Adobe, Twitter, and many more.  

With its proven expertise in connecting New York City events to customized connectivity solutions, Rainbow Broadband has supported global brands including Google, Microsoft, HP, Samsung, Twitter, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, and many more. Rainbow Broadband frequently creates networks that support thousands of people in 48 hours or less.   

“The cobblestone streets and historic buildings of SoHo make it a desirable location for tech companies that must attract and retain top talent,” says Russ Hamm, President of Rainbow Broadband. “Our services are in increasingly high demand in this famed neighborhood due to our ability to provide the robust bandwidth that businesses require, in considerably less time and expense than a direct fiber connection.”