At the heart of all strong business communications resides the underlying network it trusts to securely and reliably operate its critical services. Fiber optic companies are core to telecommunications because they provide the foundation for data to transmit across short and long distances. Without fast, reliable, and secure network systems, businesses are held back in running critical operations efficiently, or are forced to halt them entirely. This is also true of residential areas, especially with the increase in remote work and even streaming. Scranton, Pennsylvania, will soon be receiving a new, award-winning fiber optic network provider to bolster its businesses and residential communities: Empire Access. 

Empire Access is a leading telecommunications company in the Upstate New York and Northern Pennsylvania markets. Empire Access is expanding into Scranton, PA, with a 120 mile fiber optic cable network planned to begin construction in February of 2023. This network, once completed during this coming summer, will offer residential and commercial customers alike leading Internet connectivity of up to 2 Gigabit per second download. Businesses will have access to enterprise-level Wi-Fi, dark fiber, and leading email, audio, and video capabilities. Additionally, Enterprise Access will provide businesses and residents with clear TV and streaming, phone plans, 24/7 security and customer service, home automation, and much more.

Empire Access enters Scranton with its 100+ years of proven telecommunications experience and a family owned operation with local employees. Scranton residents and businesses can find comfort that Empire Access is a reliable internet service provider, as it was named Fastest Internet Service in the United States by PC Mag in 2021. With leading services, Empire Access aims to provide Scranton customers with everything they need to continue running their business models, as well as rest easy with in-home services and solutions. 

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