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Hammer Fiber Optics Holdings Corp. (HMMR) Advances Bid to Take Wireless Fiber Services Nationwide

  • New Jersey-based communications company announces LOI marking “ideal combination of intellectual property”
  • Company’s new IaaS cloud service plans support blockchain and cryptocurrency mining enterprises
  • Hammer aims to position itself as a leader in future 5G technology

An agreement announced on May 8 by Hammer Fiber Optics Holdings Corp. (OTCQB: HMMR) to acquire the stock of 1stPoint Communications, LLC and its subsidiaries represents Hammer’s first acquisition, and furthers Hammer Fiber Optics’ plans to expand its wireless Internet, television, voice and fiber optic carrier services as it considers growing from its New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania base of operations toward a national network (http://nnw.fm/x3VgV). The acquisition brings important revenue and EBITDA into the model.

Hammer Fiber Optics Holdings’ mission is to spearhead a change in the way television, Internet and phone services are delivered to entertainment-hungry consumers, and the company, doing business as Hammer Communications, is aligning itself with other businesses that embrace the same ideals as their core strengths.

Business models within the wireless, cable TV and media industries are changing as rapid technological advancement drives a convergence of the industries and redefines their parameters, joining their services together in one platform. Wireless networks are a primary catalyst of the overall industry transition (http://nnw.fm/RW6fJ).

The letter of intent for acquisition of 1stPoint Communications, LLC and subsidiaries Open Data Centers, LLC and Endstream Communications, LLC is “an ideal combination of intellectual property,” 1stPoint Communications CEO Erik Levitt stated in a news release. “Hammer will not only have the benefit of the exclusive rights to the patented AIR wireless technology but also to 1stPoint’s switching technology, its underlying CLECs (competitive local exchange carriers) and its Commercial Mobile Radio Services operator.”

In addition, the Open Data Centers facility in New Jersey, which includes its server and switching platforms, is “a significant addition to our core infrastructure to support major growth in the cloud and hosting markets,” Hammer’s founder, Mark Stogdill, stated in the news release.

The company recently revealed plans to launch a cloud hosting and infrastructure-as-a-service platform (IaaS) that offers hosting, cloud and colocation services for blockchain-interested enterprises. Data centers and the energy necessary to use them for cryptocurrency mining can require enormous overhead expenses of businesses, but Hammer’s best-in-class computer servers are prepared to deliver a cloud-based system to those small crypto businesses and free them from the constraints of building and maintaining their own corporate data centers.

Hammer currently serves residential and small businesses in its core market region by supplying high-capacity broadband, voice and video through cabled fiber as well as through its wireless fiber platform. As Hammer adds wholesale services such as backhaul support for cellular network operators, the company expects to position itself as a leader in future 5G technology.

Hammer is leveraging its systems to deliver high-capacity broadband to markets across the country at much lower cost than traditional methods. Live field testing of the new system begins this year with commercial service to follow in the coming months.

In January, the company also announced the launch of a virtual private network service (VPN) to accommodate clients’ concerns about privacy in their Internet usage, one of several ways Hammer is building its infrastructure and carrier grade services.

“We wanted to make sure that our customers had a way to connect and surf the internet away from the scrutiny of internet service providers, even ourselves,” Daniel Corbe, the director of Network Operations, stated in a news release. “Recently, the monitoring of internet usage and potential restriction on that usage have created a demand for customers to maintain their freedom.”

For more information, visit Hammer’s website at www.HammerCorp.info

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