Hammer Fiber Optic Investments Ltd., a New Jersey-based wireless and fiber network operator and wholly owned subsidiary of publicly traded Hammer Fiber Optic Holdings Corp (OTCQB: HMMR) has teamed up with Go Long Wireless, Ltd. (GLW), a company based in Sarasota Florida that holds 12 GHz Multichannel Video Distribution and Data Service (MVDDS) spectrum in 49 US markets, reaching a population in excess of 29 million, the company said.
The partnership will enable Hammer Fiber to expand its successful business model of delivering a bundle of high speed broadband, TV, and VoIP phone service to these additional 49 markets, including targeting underserved rural communities.
Go Long Wireless is a member of the MVDDS 5G Coalition Partnership, which is awaiting the outcome of a pending FCC rule that will add MVDDS spectrum to the 5G spectrum band. The addition of MVDDS spectrum can help significantly meet the voracious demand for bandwidth that 5G will need to satisfy.
Hammer Fiber´s 5G Carrier Wireless Fiber Technology deployed by the company´s wireless division under the trade mark “AIR” is expected to be compliant with future 5G standards, set to be published later this year and in 2018. The AIR technology is already capable of carrying LTE compatible service over 500 MHz wide broadband channels to fixed LTE subscriber modems and LTE small cells utilizing mmWave or KA/KU band spectrum.
Hammer Fiber Optic Holdings is a telecommunications company investing in the future of wireless technology whose holdings include Hammer Fiber Optic Investments, Ltd. D/B/A Hammer Fiber, a New Jersey-based Internet Service Provider (ISP) that offers Internet, voice, video and data services in New Jersey, as well as carrier services in Philadelphia and New York.
Go Long Wireless, LTD is a Florida based wireless spectrum holding company with an extensive spectrum portfolio designed to enable ultra-broadband services to rural and urban communities across the US.