WARNER ROBINS, GA — A2D, an open access fiber carrier CLEC, is deploying its open access eCommunity fiber network that will enable multiple service providers to compete to deliver enhanced broadband services to Warner Robins, Georgia.

“A2D is bringing ultra‐fast fiber, provider choice, and always‐on access to underserved communities,” said Antwon Alsobrook, Founder & CEO of A2D, Inc. “We believe that everyone should have sustained access to broadband. As a result, we are partnering with local nonprofit organizations and government agencies to ensure that those who cannot afford conventional commercial broadband are connected and are able to access community‐based resources, information, and content.”

Phase I: Connecting City’s Municipal Facilities
Construction has commenced and will be complete with Phase I, connecting all the City’s Municipal facilities, by September of 2018. A2D anticipates it will start delivering fiber connectivity to homes and business in the summer of 2018. A2D’s partner providers are preparing to market their enhanced broadband services, which include but are not limited to, ultra‐fast internet, IPTV, direct access applications, digital security, home automation, and much more.

A2D is changing the way broadband is delivered. “We are crossing boundaries that others won’t and we’re bringing providers and their services to you. Consumers will now be in control of the way they access video content, applications, information and digital services” said Antwon Alsobrook, founder and CEO of A2D.

About A2D
A2D, is an Open Access Fiber Carrier CLEC which develops networks that uniquely enable the transport of broadband‐based services of multiple carriers to any household, business and/or government agency that is connected to our all‐optical Middle/Last Mile Networks. Our goal is to improve connectivity in underserved areas. We will also continue to help local leaders leverage our networks to stimulate economic development, improve the delivery of social/civic services and overlay with Smart City technologies, telehealth, tele‐education, and much more.