AiNET’s growing 10,000 fiber-route miles throughout the Washington DC areawill expand into George Washington University’s campus; high speed fiber will support the students, researchers and professors at GWU’s College of Professional Studies program.
WASHINGTON, DC – July 13th, 2016 – AiNET has expanded its high speed fiber optic communications service to George Washington University at 2020 K Street NW in Washington, DC. This new connection gives GWU a distinct advantage, providing the university with uninterrupted high-speed communications – increasing performance, and lowering costs with higher security and reliability.
The 2020 K Street NW location for George Washington University houses its Paralegal Studies program in the College of Professional Studies. The graduate certificate and master’s degree offered from GWU’s Paralegal Studies program are the only academic-credit bearing certificates available in Washington, DC, giving this location enormous weight for aspiring law students in our nation’s capital.
AiNET’s connection to 2020 K Street NW creates potential for secure, reliable, and low-cost high-speed internet access and other communications for other tenants as well. AiNET continues to expand its installation of fiber optic lines into commercial buildings across Maryland and the DC area. This fiber optic network, which is wholly owned and operated by AiNET, includes over 10,000 miles of fiber, both lit and dark, and spans from Baltimore to northern Virginia.
For more information regarding AiNET’s network of data centers, managed services and privately-held fiber network, call 888-3AiNET3 or visit http://www.ai.net/