Rancho Santa Fe Press Release
Rancho Santa Fe, CA
Thursday, April 5, 2018
For Immediate Release
For Further Information Contact:
Ally Hetland, Marketing & Sales Manager
Phone: 877-722-3833 ext 602
Rancho Santa Fe is set to “Get Gigafied”.
After months of careful planning and collaboration, the Rancho Santa Fe Association has selected Race Communications as the new preferred internet provider. The San Francisco based company is a pure fiber-to-the-home provider with active projects across California.
“We are very excited to be selected as the preferred provider for the Covenant of Rancho Santa Fe and their residents. It is a shame that a state as technologically advanced as California is still so behind when it comes to broadband connectivity. At Race, we have made it our goal to bring communities like Rancho Santa Fe into the future.” says CEO, Raul Alcaraz.
Race Communications is actively working to improve connectivity in high-tech communities in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego. With nearly 20 years of fiber network experience, Race has used their expertise to work closely with the Rancho Santa Fe Association to find the best possible solutions for this project.
Alcaraz says, “Once construction is completed, Race will ensure everyone gets Gigafied!”
About Race Communications: Race focuses on the communities that larger carriers have long ignored. Race understands that broadband internet access consists of two vastly different worlds between rural and urban areas and is working to bridge that gap. To date, Race, through private funding and grants from the California Advanced Services Fund (CASF), has worked to advance broadband adoption and infrastructure deployment in unserved and underserved areas consisting of over 16,000 households. Fiber-optic has become the gold standard for fast, high-quality internet connectivity. Homes and businesses will be seamlessly connected to a wealth of entertainment and cloud services. The fiber network also helps bring significant improvements to local businesses, education, community services, and public safety.
For more information on Race Communications and their projects throughout California, please visit www.race.com