Phonoscope’s all-fiber, debt free, privately owned network infrastructure environment delivers ultra-fast transport speeds ranging from 1 Gbps to 400 Gbps with less than a 2-millisecond latency. We also utilize over 1,800 switches and 50-60 data rings to offer built-in redundancy to protect carrier customers from downtime. That means our carrier customers get the best network connections available to the last mile, anywhere.
In addition to last-mile services, Phonoscope’s scalable infrastructure supports cellular backhaul, high-capacity data traffic offload, Ethernet data circuits, and dark fiber, 4G and 5G network infrastructure solutions, 100G fiber backbone network for better bandwidth, and the future-proof network scalability you need to grow with confidence. With a comprehensive understanding of the local infrastructure, our employees can help you build the best solution for your carrier business.
Via the Phonoscope Network Operating Center, our employees also provide dedicated support around the clock. Our NOC houses Tier-1, Tier-2, and Tier-3 certified, experienced personnel monitor networks and ensure customers stay up and running 24/7/365.
- Last Mile Service
- Cellular Backhaul Service
- High-Capacity Data Traffic Offload Connections
- Ethernet Data Circuits & Dark Fiber Architecture
- 100G Fiber backbone Network for Better Bandwidth
- 4G & 5G Network Infrastructure Solutions
- Network Scalability with Redundancy
- Network Architecture & Strategy Service
Phonoscope offers Houston’s largest network. Phonoscope has always been a communications leader, devoted to keeping Houston on the leading edge for businesses. We launched our first Gigabit service in 2006, making Phonoscope a pioneer in high-speed business connectivity. Today, we have grown to be the largest privately owned metro fiber-optic network provider in Houston – and in the nation.
Our expansive, all fiber-optic footprint provides over 5,000 miles of fiber routes in the Houston area alone to help you scale your business. We also connect you nationwide, with 23,000 miles of pure fiber backbone with redundant rings, providing you with the fastest and most reliable internet speeds available anywhere.
Founded in 1952 by Texan natives W.T. Carter, Jesse Jones, and Lee Cook, Phonoscope has been bringing innovation to Houston for six and a half decades. From the creation of the Phonoscope instrument in 1954 (a forerunner of video conferencing) to becoming NASA’s first cable-TV provider in 1963, to installing an unprecedented 80-mile private fiber ring for Exxon in 1985, Phonoscope has always been out ahead. Today, we are proud of our status as the city’s first and largest fiber company.