New capital accelerates Sail’s expansion in California to provide fiber-sourced internet choice to consumers and businesses
This coverage continues Sail’s mission to bring fiber-sourced, high-speed internet to underserved neighborhoods in the Bay Area where the “digital divide” further increases inequality.
Sail Internet today announced the expansion of its high speed, fiber sourced, fixed wireless internet service to the city of Chula Vista in San Diego County, California.
Sail Internet, Inc. continues its mission to bring fiber-sourced, high speed internet to underserved neighborhoods in the Bay Area where the “digital divide” exacerbates inequality.
New report helps consumers see if they're getting the network speeds they're paying for.
The law is clear on this, you have every legal right to install an antenna even on a condo if you own it.
If you’re a city dweller, and unhappy with the big company that provides your Internet connection, chances are good there’s a scrappy little outfit that thinks it can do better for you.
Sail delivers blazing fast fixed wireless internet to townhomes in San Jose.
Sail delivers blazing fast internet to San Jose's Plant 51 in record time.
Sail delivers 20x faster internet to The Globe in downtown San Jose.
Sail brings high speed internet to Cupertino condo complex that big telecom left behind.
We’ve created a new 60-second video to help tell our story. We hope you are enjoying your blazing fast internet and will share the Sail story with your friends so we can continue to bring Speed, Savings and Freedom to the Bay Area — and beyond!
Kagan is the latest research company to predict that U.S. cable, satellite and IPTV operators will lose another 10.8 million customers by 2021.
Launching their high-speed internet service in a small suburb called Warm Springs in Fremont, Sail Internet chose an ideal Silicon Valley location for their real-world lab.
FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn, Sail Internet CEO Kevin Fisher and Mimosa founders Brian Hinman and Jamie Fink met yesterday at Mimosa Headquarters in Santa Clara, CA for an open discussion about the future of broadband.