We reach your location using Motorola's Canopy technology
. Your high speed connection to the Internet starts with a small antenna, called a subscriber module, mounted unobtrusively to the roof or eve of your house.
An Ethernet cable extends from the subscriber module into your house and connects directly into either your computer or router.
Your subscriber module connects to the Internet by line-of-sight to one of our local access points.
Unlike Satellite, our performance does not suffer from the delay associated with a 23,000-mile path up and down.