AeroNet launches AeroFiber — 100% fiber optic-based business connectivity solution
Puerto Rico high-speed business internet service provider recently launched its 100 percent fiber optic-based business connectivity solution named AeroFiber.
The new product is aimed at
further improving its already robust network with additional bandwidth, improved
reliability, and faster speeds, AeroNet President Gino Villarini said.
“AeroFiber is the new fiber internet
for businesses that want and need a robust and hyper-fast connection to the
world,” he said. “Connectivity means business, and AeroFiber delivers the
fastest, most reliable and most affordable connection for B2B in Puerto Rico.”
AeroFiber is a dedicated
internet connectivity solution for businesses and enterprises that are looking
for a high-performance network that does not compromise on speed, reliability
or price. Through its end-to-end fiber optic network, AeroNet has made
AeroFiber the choice for businesses that are looking for “a simple, hyper-fast
and reliable solution.”
The service is available at up
to a 100 gigabits per second (Gbps), or 100,000 megabits per second (Mbps),
which is 1000 times faster than the typical business offering in the market.
AeroFiber services are being launched with initial plans of 250, 500 and 1000
Mbps at a disruptive pricing structure that equals up to 75 percent in cost
savings for the end user when compared to similar solutions in the market.
“AeroNet takes another step
into being in the forefront of technology by investing in Puerto Rico and in
the latest fiber optic technology to serve our customers,” said Villarini. “Our
Miami node will allow us the flexibility to provide new services including
direct cloud connectivity. Innovation is on the top of our to-do list, and by
completing these two milestones we can solidify and expand our network and
The recent backbone network
upgrades to 100G and the new IP node in Equinix’s NAP of The Americas in Miami
allows AeroNet to solidify and expand their network and product offerings, as well
as support the current and future bandwidth and connectivity needs of its