Hudson Valley Wireless has partnered with Federal, State, and Local Governments, Non-Profits, and Academia forming Public-Private Partnerships (P3) expanding broadband access to unserved and underserved communities
Hudson Valley Wireless has formed official Public-Private Partnerships (P3) with the majority of county governments in the NY Capital Region. These strategic partnerships provide access to Public Safety and Municipal Infrastructure. We use these vertical assets to deploy networks and extend Broadband Internet Access to the constituents.
The benefits of broadband adoption and utilization have been widely documented and linked to extensive benefits for citizens and institutions. Broadband use can be a critical factor in education, healthcare, social engagement, economic development, public safety, and commerce.
We are focused on expanding broadband access allowing users to gain skills by using technology to advance essential life objectives. The benefits of broadband connectivity extend all residents and businesses by ensuring an excellent quality of life, civic and social vitality, economic development, and public safety.
There is a compelling public interest in promoting the widespread deployment of broadband technology. Our team focuses on providing solutions that close the Digital-Divide, connecting our subscribers with vital resources. We formed partnerships with Cornell Universities Cooperative Extension to administer Digital Literacy programs.
Hudson Valley Wireless announces the completion of New NY Broadband - Phase 3 in Albany County. Broadband Internet access is now available in the Hilltowns.
We are working with the Berne, Knox Westerlo Schools to extend service to LMI students.