Building San Francisco's broadband connection to the world
Built with skilled union labor and paid for with private investment dollars, AT&T is embarking on one of the largest network upgrades in our 132-year history — bringing fiber optic technology closer to our customers in order to deliver a true 21st century Internet Protocol (IP) network to San Francisco. READ MORE
What is an IP network?
A true 21st century city needs a 21st century broadband infrastructure, built on the global Internet Protocol (IP) standard.
The Internet has become a part of our daily lives for business and telecommuting, completing homework and staying connected. It’s imperative that San Francisco have an affordable, high-speed Internet for all of its residents.
What can an IP network do for you?
IP is the platform for all of “the next big things” that tech-savvy San Franciscans are consistently first to adopt and enjoy.
IP is the global standard and can most easily be described as a common language that virtually all forms of technology can understand and communicate – whether it is television, cell phone, laptop, PDA, digital video recorder and so much more. Read more