DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--JAB Broadband (JAB), the nation’s largest fixed wireless broadband service provider, has been named one of 2014’s Top 100 Global Companies by Red Herring magazine. At the same time, the company announced its expansion of wireless Internet and digital phone service into southwestern Indiana.
JAB is the U.S. leader in providing high-speed wireless Internet and digital phone service to rural and suburban areas. JAB’s coverage includes the Rocky Mountain, Midwest and Southwest regions; serving nearly 200,000 residential and commercial accounts across 15 states.
“We are deeply honored to be chosen as a Red Herring Top 100 Global Company,” said Jeff Kohler, JAB Broadband’s Co-Founder and Chief Development Officer. “More importantly, we remain committed to providing increased Internet and phone access as well as award-winning customer service which enable enhanced communications, information, streaming, education, and entertainment.”
Red Herring selects the Global award winners from its pool of previously-recognized Top 100 organizations in North America, Europe, and Asia; celebrating entrepreneurship and technologies around the world. JAB was selected for “embodying the vision, drive and innovation that define a successful venture,” according to Alex Vieux, Red Herring’s publisher and CEO.
Red Herring’s Global Top 100 award is one of several honors recently bestowed on JAB:
- One of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies in 2014 by Inc. Magazine.
- 2014 Top 100 North American Companies by Red Herring Magazine.
- 2013 Operator of Year by the Wireless Internet Service Provider Association.
Separately, JAB’s T6 division has expanded its coverage into southwestern Indiana, including areas south of Evansville, north of Terra Haute and other communities. Other JAB operating divisions include Skybeam, Digis, Prairie iNet and Rhino Communications.
About JAB Broadband
JAB Broadband is the nation’s largest wireless broadband provider; serving rural and suburban residential and commercial customers throughout 15 states in the Midwest, Rocky Mountain and Southwest regions.
JAB, privately-held and headquartered in metro Denver, operates Prairie iNet, Skybeam, Digis, T6, and Rhino Communications. All companies offer digital phone and high-speed broadband services; with Internet speeds ranging between 3 Mbps and 1 Gbps. Visit www.jabbroadband.com or contact Co-Founder/Chief Development Officer Jeff Kohler for information.