Fresno, CA – unWired Broadband is slated to participate in the 2023 World Ag Expo® at the International Agri-Center® in Tulare, CA on February 14-16. unWired Broadband has been offering Internet solutions to rural and underserved areas in Central California for 20 years. They also offer business Internet solutions, such as backup Internet connections and data center services at their colocation facility in Fresno, CA.
Since its inception in 2003, they have expanded to a network of over 180 towers covering 15,000 square miles from Elk Grove to Bakersfield. unWired has connected thousands of agricultural businesses, most notably Harris Farms, The Wonderful Company, and Prima Wawona. They are also a proud sponsor of the ValleyPBS documentary American Grown: My Job Depends on Ag.
“We are so excited to attend the World Ag Expo this year and showcase our Internet solutions to the agriculture community in Central California,” said Peter Sorensen, President of unWired Broadband. “We look forward to connecting farmers and agribusiness professionals with the connectivity they need to drive innovation and growth in their operations.”
unWired Broadband will be exhibiting at booth 1027 in Pavilion A. Their team will be on hand to answer questions and share information about how their service can help those in the agricultural industry.
unWired Broadband is the leading rural Internet provider in Central California. Founded in 2003, they currently cover over 15,000 square miles between Elk Grove and the base of the Grapevine. Their 180 tower sites are strategically located to cover the rural and underserved areas that have been ignored by DSL, cable, and fiber carriers. Learn more at https://www.getunwired.com/.