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
By The Numbers
Check out this video on some of the recent milestones AT&T hit: