"The whole is greater than the sum of its parts." Aristole
Inyo Networks: The operator
Inyo Networks is a registered CLEC (Competitive Local Exchange Carrier) in both California and Nevada. The company is responsible for management and business operations of both the Digital 395 network and a much broader network, expanding everyday. For a better understanding of locations and network operations please contact us. Inyo Networks believes partnerships are critical to changing the face of telecommunications.
Digital 395: The catalyst
The project addressed a gap in the Eastern Sierras for high capacity middle-mile connectivity. The route predominately follows U. S. Highway 395, providing major transport between southern California and northern Nevada. The project serves 36 communities, seven tribal reservations, two military bases, 26,000 households and 2,500 businesses. This included 35 public safety entities, 47 K-12 facilities, 13 libraries, two community colleges, two universities, 15 health care facilities, and 104 government entities. The project is owned by the California Broadband Cooperative (CBC), a public-private partnership among local and state agencies, organized labor and for-profit companies, representing a wide range of interests. At 583 miles, Digital 395, represents the largest California fiber infrastructure project to date. To learn more about the project visit www.Digital395.com
Praxis Associates: The builder
Praxis Associates, one of the key partners in Digital 395, is responsible for designing and constructing fiber networks, as well as providing advanced network services to businesses and Indian reservations, throughout California and Nevada for 5 years. Additional projects include work with Google, Lennar Homes, Pacific Gas and Electric, City of Roseville, Mono County, and the Pyramid Lake Pauite Tribe, to name a few.