A common need shared by both residents and businesses in smaller-in-size communities across the Northeast US is robust and reliable fiber Internet access. Metropolitan areas, especially in the New York metro area, enjoy the benefits of many connectivity options, which in turn help businesses grow and provide homes with various services from streaming to security. This can leave Upstate regions without those same benefits. Endicott and Endwell, New York, will soon be receiving these benefits and more through Empire Access’ fiber-backed Internet, which is coming to these towns in Summer of 2023. 

Empire Access is a regional broadband provider serving large areas of New York and Pennsylvania. With a recent history of strong, strategic expansion, Empire Access is continuing to build out its fiber-optic network with service to Endicott and Endwell. Enterprise-class Wi-Fi, TV, phone, security solutions, and more will be made available to business and residential customers with affordable plans. Empire Access enters these two towns to provide a necessary service in today’s world. 

Jim Baase, CEO at Empire Access, states, “When we chose to expand into these two communities, we did so understanding what high-speed Internet can provide for hard-working families and business owners.”

Dubbed the fastest Internet in the Northeast by PC Mag, Empire Access’ broadband Internet enables both businesses and residents to flourish across the regions it serves, entering smaller towns which often lack reliable service to help meet local needs. Recently, Empire Access also announced expansion to Canandaigua, NY, and various other locations across Upstate New York and Northern Pennsylvania.

To read the full announcement, please visit here.