SpectrumLink Company Info
Located at One Wilshire Blvd., 624 Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, California, SpectrumLink now services markets nationwide. The SpectrumLink team has a well-deserved reputation of excellence in providing business and consumer Broadband Wi-Fi solutions for our clients. With every account we work to remain an industry-leader in business broadband communications by staying abreast of new technology everyday.
As a business Broadband industry leader, SpectrumLink serves a diverse range of fixed wireless Broadband services and solutions to our customers. How it works: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HFSl2T41e0
SpectrumLink: Fiber Alternative Provider
As a fiber alternative Broadband provider, SpectrumLink focuses on offering the best of fixed wireless Broadband WiFi services and solutions. SpectrumLink also utilizes the latest technology with lightning fast speed and the highest spectrum frequency possible every time.
We are leading the way in the business Broadband and Wi-Fi solutions industry to meet the ever-changing and growing needs of the enterprise segment and the consumer. We know how important it is to stay ahead of the curve and that is why we employ industry experts to guide the company to grow as technology needs change.
SpectrumLink is currently providing services to both metropolitan and rural customers in the Greater Los Angeles, California area. SpectrumLink prides itself on a superb 98% customer satisfaction rating and 99.99% guaranteed up-time. It’s one thing to claim your are the best Internet Service Provider, but it’s quite another to show your customers you are the best everyday.
Call us today so we can help you improve work flow efficiency by offering stable and reliable internet connections to your business: (800) 983-6150.
Eliminate having to provision network connectivity, as well as the frustrating, high-cost approach of over-buying bandwidth to accommodate rare spikes in bandwidth needs. In today’s world of technology, businesses deserve a more sensible approach to help manage network capacity for their organizations.
Bandwidth on Demand (BoD) or Scalable bandwidth, is a point-to-point, bi-directional connectivity service for data transport using Ethernet technology. BoD service allows users to reserve bandwidth as they want it. It also allows you to customize your connectivity, giving you control over your network usage like never before! The SpectrumLink network delivers you the bandwidth connection your business requires when you need it most.
Instant Scalable Bandwidth
On demand relies on the capacity of the network to support the requested Bandwidth connection at the time of the request, as well as for the desired duration of connectivity. SpectrumLink can increase your bandwidth with just a phone call!
On demand also allows you to reserve the scalable bandwidth increase you need in advance, just like making a reservation at a restaurant. Call us today for more information!
How Scalable Bandwidth Works
For example, purchase a 5Mbps connection today, upgrade to a larger link when you need it, with just one phone call! In many cases your bandwidth is upgraded in minutes. SpectrumLink works to grow with your business and provide unsurpassed scalable bandwidth service to each customer day-in and day-out.
SpectrumLink also focuses on providing flexible and guaranteed Bandwidth to every customer, every time, without fail. Offering business scalable Bandwidth options between 1.5Mbps and 100Mbps, SpectrumLink will customize the Broadband solution to meet your specific requirements.
Contact us today with any questions or inquiries regarding our scalable bandwidth connections. SpectrumLink, Inc. Broadband professionals are available when you need them to answer all your service needs. Call Now: (800) 983-6150
Reliable Internet Service
When your business operations depend upon reliable Internet service and connectivity, the provider you choose is critical to the success of your business.
One of the downfalls of fiber optic networks is that the cable runs underground. This allows the network to remain vulnerable to disruption caused by construction or utility work on the property.
In comparison, a microwave fixed wireless Broadband connection is a point-to-point reliable Internet service connection that meets or exceeds the reliability of fiber optic networks, without all the cost.
Our Reliable Internet Serivce
SpectrumLink delivers fixed wireless Broadband connections at an industry-low cost to every customer. Our 99.99% up-time guarantees your business will never lose its connection because of weather, ensuring consistently reliable Internet service. SpectrumLink works to provide your business with the most stable Broadband connection possible for the stability and success of your business.
Why is reliable Internet service vital for business success?
When it comes to using the Internet for your business, it’s absolutely vital to be sure you have a reliable Internet service connection. A solid and reliable Internet service connection will allow you to complete your business, while an unreliable connection can cause your business to come to a grinding halt, losing you money, and possibly your business.
Server downtime: What it means to your business.
Server downtime may seem inevitable when running a business, but did you know that one minute of unplanned data center downtime costs $5,600 on average – one minute! This according to a study conducted by The Ponemon Institute.
The hard fact that 73% of businesses have experienced some kind of downtime within the past five years means every business owner must have a plan. During that time, businesses have lost over $70 Million dollars. With all this information, it is clear how essential a reliable Internet service connection is for your business.
Even with the advanced technology today, no one can say when the next business high speed Internet service outage will occur. Although this information eludes us, there is one certainty; business high speed Internet outages will happen. Knowing this allows us to utilize steps to protect our businesses and be prepared.
Business High Speed Internet Downtime
When experiencing business high speed Internet downtime, the compensation from fiber Broadband service providers typically covers the cost of the service, but what about the cost of your lost business?
In the event a building has multiple fiber providers and the point of failure exists with the conduit or point-of-entry, all the fiber providers in that building will lose all services.
SpectrumLink utilizes Microwave fixed wireless business high speed Internet technology, which allows us to utilize rooftops of buildings to provide service that does not rely on fiber in the ground. Each Point-Of-Presence (POP) is linked to one or more POPs to ensure a truly reliable connection.
The average cost of unplanned Business High Speed Internet data center Downtime:
A recent USA Today survey of 200 data center managers found that over 80% of these managers reported their business high speed Internet downtime costs exceeded $50,000 per hour. Over 25% of those 200 managers stated their downtime cost exceeded $500,000 per hour.
According to Dunn & Bradstreet, 59% of Fortune 500 companies experience a minimum of 1.6 hours of downtime per week. On average, businesses surveyed said they suffered at least 14 hours of IT downtime per year. Half of those said IT outages damaged their reputation, while 18% described the impact on their reputation as ‘very damaging.’ Just 10 % of survey respondents report financial impact of $150,000 or greater per hour, which is closer to most industry cost estimates.
The Aberdeen Group’s estimate of $110,000 an hour for the average downtime company loss.
The Big Question
Can your organization afford unplanned IT downtime? SpectrumLink strives to provide the most reliable and truly redundant connections in Los Angeles, and nationwide today.
High Speed Internet
SpectrumLink uses the latest Microwave fixed wireless high speed Internet technology with lightning fast speed and the highest spectrum frequency. This allows us to provide every customer with the fastest and most reliable business Broadband Wi-Fi services and solutions in the industry.
High Speed Internet
Many years ago, it was believed that fiber optic cable was the gold standard in business Broadband technologies. Now fast forward to today where Microwave fixed wireless high speed Internet is quickly becoming more popular than fiber with businesses nationwide. Microwave fixed wireless high speed Internet connections provide several advantages over fiber connections, such as:
- Lower latency
Faster speeds than fiber
Utilizing leased lines or requiring new fiber equipment installations can be, frustrating, time-consuming and very expensive. Microwave fixed wireless high speed Internet links are able to be installed within days, rather than spending weeks or months waiting for fiber lines.
The more points of travel in an optical network means an increased amount of processing of latency and noise. A fiber network functioning through a city will need to travel through more points than a Microwave frequency in order to arrive at the final destination.
The reduced number of points in Microwave networks reduces end-to-end latency substantially. Even a gain of a couple of milliseconds, which can add an advantage for businesses and deliver a better Internet experience.
Reliable Broadband Connections
To many businesses today, speed and Internet quality are directly linked to productivity. Tech-savvy businesses depend on reliable high speed Internet connections in order to work with video streaming, data processing, graphic design and VoIP, which all require increased Bandwidth for success.
Productivity contributes to overall business success. By providing reliable high speed Internet business Broadband connections to each of our customers, we are supporting increased productivity and success to each business we serve.
Anyone can test their broadband speeds. But, when they do, they will notice one of two things happening:
(1) The download and upload speeds are close to identical, or
(2) The upload speed is only a fraction as fast as the download speed.
This is due to the Internet connection being categorized as either symmetrical bandwidth or asymmetrical bandwidth.
A symmetrical bandwidth connection is one that offers both the same download and upload speed. It also allows these speeds to be used at the same time.
When you have a symmetrical Internet connection, you will be able to upload data (such as videos or music) to the Internet while also downloading large files. Symmetrical connections are more popular with competitive service providers who may offer large upload and download speeds to customers.
Symmetrical bandwidth connections come standard with SpectrumLink. Our entire network is built around a symmetrical bandwidth model. More specifically, when you connect to SpectrumLink, you are connecting to an exceptionally fast Ethernet network where you get all the associated benefits of that network, including the symmetrical bandwidth.
An asymmetrical connection usually offers better download speeds vs. upload speeds. No matter what, one thing remains true, the two speeds are not the same.
Aside from limitations previously imposed by older, out-dated Internet connection technology, upload speeds also tend to be lower because most people do far more downloading than uploading. Viewing video files and websites are classified as downloading, even if you are not actually saving files to your computer. This means that as you browse the Internet, an asymmetrical connection is often so slow it becomes frustrating.
As a business professional, symmetrical connections are becoming more popular simply for the convenience of browsing as-needed and completing work productively.
Contact one of the SpectrumLink symmetrical bandwidth professionals today with any questions you may have regarding SpectrumLink services.
SpectrumLink delivers fast and reliable business Broadband services, high-speed Internet plans and Internet access seamlessly and securely at a lower cost than major service providers. Our Business Broadband service packages range from 1 Mbps to 100 Mbps, and support VoIP, bandwidth on demand, wireless redundancy, VPNs and video services.
SpectrumLink can create the customized business Broadband packages and plans to provide the best solutions to meet your business’s specific needs. By Using cutting-edge technology, SpectrumLink delivers a wide variety of features to customers including:
Microwave Fixed Wireless business broadband connections utilize electromagnetic waves, which travel 50% faster through the air than through fiber cables. Light inside the fiber lines travels through a substance similar to glass, which has a higher density than air. Fixed wireless microwaves traveling through air travel very close to the speed of light.
Through this process we are able to offer business Broadband connections with much lower latency, shoter routes, faster than fiber installations, and a much lower cost alternative to fiber connections. In truth, SpectrumLink speed capabilities are second to none.
Guranteed 99.99% Reliability
SpectrumLink offers business Broadband customers 99.99% guaranteed uptime, which is supported by our Service Level Agreement (SLA), including competitively priced business Broadband packages and business Broadband plans.
By utilizing SpectrumLink’s Microwave fixed wireless business broadband, installations are often installed in less than 5 business days. Of course, expedited installation services are also available. Call us today for more information.
On-demand scalable connections help SpectrumLink meet our customers’ ever-changing business needs, as-needed. With one phone call SpectrumLink engineers can have your Broadband connection increased within minutes. There is no hassle and no extended wait-time. At SpectrumLink, your business needs are our business needs!
Business Management Services
Internet for Business
SpectrumLink takes great pride in offering all it’s clients the very best Internet for business services. As a leader in the Internet for Business segment, it is vital to us to keep abreast of all industry changing information, such as the spectrum crisis, which has inevitably impacted Internet for business services around the world.
There is an extreme need in the marketplace for more spectrum, especially in regards to Internet for business services, wireless broadband and key solutions that narrow the gap to the spectrum crisis. SpectrumLink is fulfilling that need with seamless end-to-end solutions.
What is the Internet for Business Spectrum Crisis?
Every individual wireless Internet for business network operates on a limited set of radio frequencies that are included as part of the entire “wireless spectrum.” If you live in a country that has wireless Internet for business coverage, your country has a certain radio frequency (RF) spectrum that it allocates to the highest bidder. The majority of countries, such as Spain and the United States, rely on the government to manage the spectrum. To successfully transmit packet data from any smartphone in these countries to a destination, it needs to be tied to a particular frequency managed by your carrier. But what if two carriers are using the same frequency?
Your packets/signals will interfere and there’s little anyone can do about it; one of the companies can of course voluntarily agree to get out of the other carrier’s frequency range, but it is very unlikely to occur this way. This is the kind of problem that spectrum management attempts to resolve. Spectrum management accomplishes this by assigning a certain piece of the large range of frequencies to a company that pays a certain amount of money.
In the United States this is done via auction. Unfortunately, this spectrum is a limited resource, so the government has to regulate ways to give companies a piece of the pie they so desperately need. Find out about the solution.
Internet Fiber Alternative
As a fiber alternative industry leader, SpectrumLink serves a diverse range of businesses and customers nationwide. We value each client relationship greatly and in doing so we boast an exceptional 98% customer satisfaction rating.
In today’s world, businesses and consumers need fast and reliable speed. SpectrumLink is here to meet that need by going above and beyond to provide the best services to each customer:
99.99% Reliability Guaranteed
Our business Internet fiber alternative offers reliable connections that are unsurpassed by our competition. The SpectrumLink Service Level Agreement (SLA) supports our 99.99% reliability to all our connections, every time.
SpectrumLink utilizes truly redundant Microwave fixed wireless Broadband technology, which allows us to utilize rooftops of buildings to provide service. Our service does not rely on fiber in the ground. Each Point-Of-Presence (POP) is connected to one or more POPs to ensure there are no failures in our network.
Our Internet connections are completely symmetrical with guaranteed bandwidth speeds, providing equal capacity for both uploads and downloads. It is our guarantee that you will get the same powerful connection in both directions for the life of your connection.
We offer temporary Internet connections for all of your business events and project needs. Select a link for as little or as long as you need it.
With just one phone call your scalable broadband connection can be increased and live in a matter of minutes. There is no hassle and a bandwidth increase is available as you need it, on demand.
Please contact a SpectrumLink fiber alternative professional today with any questions you may have regarding our services.
Voice Over IP (VoIP)
For businesses using a VoIP phone system, a great advantage of using a low latency Microwave fixed wireless Internet connection is the superior call quality in compared to using fiber optic networks.
How VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) Works
VoIP services convert your voice into a digital signal that travels over the Internet. If you are calling a regular phone number, the signal is converted to a regular telephone signal before it reaches the destination.
VoIP gives users the ability to make a call directly from a computer, which can be accomplished with a special VoIP phone, or a traditional phone connected to a special adapter. Wi-Fi HotSpots in areas such as airports, parks, restaurants, events, and more, allow users to connect to the Internet almost everywhere.
VoIP is a category of hardware and software that enables people to use the Internet for the transmission medium for telephone calls by sending voice data in packets. The packages are sent by IP rather than by traditional circuit transmissions.
Advantages of VoIP
One advantage of VoIP is that telephone calls over the Internet do not incur a surcharge beyond what the user is paying for Internet access. This is similar to the way that the user doesn’t pay for sending individual emails over the Internet.
VoIP systems utilize session control and signaling protocols to control the signaling, set-up, and termination of phone calls. The VoIP technology transfers audio streams over IP networks using special media delivery protocols. These protocols encode voice, audio and video. Various codes exist that optimize the media stream based on application requirements and network bandwidth.
Contact us today with any questions you may have regarding our VoIP services: (800) 983-6150. SpectrumLink VoIP professionals are available to answer your questions and concerns about this technology when you need them. Call now!
NEW YORK, Feb 24, 2015 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- NNRF, Inc. (OTC PINK: NNRI) announced today that it has acquired 100% of the shares of the privately held corporation, Brookside Pershing, Inc., and its wholly owned subsidiary Spectrumlink, Inc. (www.spectrumlink.net) Through this acquisition, NNRF will acquire a high speed internet and phone (VoIP) business which utilizes the latest state of the art technology of fixed wireless and fiber optic networks.
"We have looked at a lot of different businesses that would bring value to our current shareholders, and Brookside Pershing brings a dynamic that I believe will bring a lot of growth to the company," said NNRF CEO, Kevin Kading.
Brookside Pershing, Inc. is a holding company that invests in technology and media companies www.brooksidepershing.net . Brookside Pershing recently completed its acquisition of Spectrumlink. "I'm excited about the timing to be in the Wi-Fi market," commented Brookside Pershing CEO and Spectrumlink President, Nyhl Henson, "There are a lot of advantages to being in the industry right now. Between legislative changes and advancements in technology, and the planned expansion in Muni Wi-Fi, our timing couldn't be better."
Spectrumlink launched its service in downtown Los Angeles last year from its technology center located at One Wilshire, along with a second site at 900 Alameda. The company has targeted the downtown district to offer its service and has opened its corporate offices in Downey, California. Spectrumlink will offer its services to the 5,000 businesses in the Downey-Santa Fe Springs-Whittier triangle this summer.
"Our business model is to provide business owners nationwide, large and small, a better, cheaper and faster broadband service," stated Spectrumlink founder, Bernard Smith-Mayfield.
About NNRF, Inc.
NNRF, Inc. (OTC PINK: NNRI). The company is a diversified holding company with business operations and investments.
Brookside Pershing, Inc. is a holding company that invests in technology and media companies while acting as both a catalyst and incubator for new media, expanded public and private collaboration within the cultural media industry, and as a technological innovator in support of the broader local, national, and international media ecosystem. www.brooksidepershing.net
Lead by industry visionary Nyhl Henson and a tight collaboration of disciplined, well-heeled, industry players, our collective expertise is poised to transform what new media is, how it is produced and packaged, and how it is subsequently delivered to the end-user.
We're incorporated in the state of Florida with offices in New York and Los Angeles.
All Investor and investment inquiries can be directed to Diane Hufferd, either by telephone: +1-(515)-777-1171, e-mail: [email protected], or by using the convenient contact form on this page.
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In today’s world, businesses and consumers need fast and reliable speed, including business Wi-Fi connections. SpectrumLink is here to meet that need. Our purpose is to enrich the lives of the people we touch. Honesty, integrity, and hard work are the goals we strive for everyday while linking broadband one tower at a time and providing business Wi-Fi solutions nationally. The SpectrumLink team has a well-deserved reputation of excellence in providing fixed wireless business broadband and business Wi-Fi solutions for our clients.
Our Business Wi-Fi Expertise
With more than 100 years of experience in the fixed wireless business Broadband, business Wi-Fi and communications industries, SpectrumLink is ready to take on new and ever-changing technology challenges that lay ahead. This includes the addition of business Wi-Fi solutions to our products and services.
Also as an established leading Microwave Fixed wireless Internet provider, SpectrumLink Broadband connections provide a faster, lower latency, lower cost alternative to fiber connections. The presence of more hops introduces more processing latency and noise to any network. Because Microwave networks typically reduce the number of hops compared to fiber networks, this reduces the overall end-to-end latency.
Microwave fixed wireless Broadband connections use Electromagnetic waves that travel 50% faster through the air than through a fiber optic cable. The light in the fiber cable is traveling through a substance similar to glass. Glass has a higher density than air. This allows Microwaves to travel through air very close to the speed of light.
SpectrumLink is proud to meet the unique needs of each business that we service by creating a custom plan for every customer. We offer a fast installation (5 business days) to meet your business needs. The time is now to add SpectrumLink solid and reliable business Wi-Fi solutions, Data Offload solutions and business Broadband services to your organization.
Bernard Smith Mayfield
Chief Executive Officer
Former contract Sales Rep for ARAMARK securing national accounts.
Circle of Excellence and Presidents Club winner.
Generated nearly $100 million in revenue.
Extensive experience in mezzanine and bridge financing and assisting clients to "go public".
Served seven years as CEO of IVI Communications, a public company operating ISP's nationwide.
Developed some of the early successful wireless broadband systems working with Motorola and Alvarion technology.
Helped develop the nations first two way interactive cable system with Warner Communications, called "Qube". Co-founded Nickelodeon, MTV and CMT Networks.
Chief Operating officer
Michael J Micheletti has been building carrier grade networks since 1999 for companies such as Motorola, Thompson-Reuters, Towerstream, MLB, Verizon Wireless, Cisco Systems, Ruckus Wireless, Cablevision, Time Warner Cable, Metro PCS and AT&T.
He has moved up in the ranks over the past 15 years beginning his career as a Network Engineer then to Manager of Engineering and Director of Field Services.
Jumar Osby Habtemariam
Chief Technology Officer
Consultant/Project Manager for Macketz in New York, mapping and planning IT needs for Macktez's extensive client roster built up over the last 15 years.
Dr. Alex Mukathe
Holds a Doctor of Business Administration Degree from California State University, located in Los Angeles.
Reviews, analyzes and monitors Los Angeles County Board of supervisors approved revenue collection.
He also oversees and supervises the Revenue Reporting Adjusting Unites Performances against expected targets.
John Holt Smith
Chief Legal Officer
Specialist in securities law, corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions and general corporate law.
Formerly practiced entertainment law with Bushkin, Gaims, Gains and Jones with clients including Johnny Carson, Kareem Abdul Jabbar, and John Travolta. Member of the bars in California and Texas.
Welcome to the SpectrumLink, Inc. Broadband Video Gallery
In our Broadband video gallery you will find several Broadband videos explaining how fixed wireless Broadband service works, how SpectrumLink performs installations of Broadband services and much more.
Our Broadband video gallery serves to provide better understanding of how broadband works to our prospective customers, as well as our current clients. Visually experiencing the SpectrumLink process helps businesses understand our installations, our goals, and the planning that goes into providing superior broadband service.
Many of our Broadband videos explain the installation process, how technology works, why SpectrumLink service out-performs our competitors and why reliable Broadband is vital to the success of your business.
How Fixed Wireless Broadband Works
SpectrumLink: Data Offload & Wi-Fi Solution
SpectrumLink, Inc. Launches 1st Network, Downtown Los Angeles, CA
SpectrumLink: Solution for Wi-Fi, Mobile & VoIP
Please contact us with any questions about our services and how SpectrumLink can help your business stay connected! (800) 983-6150