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Since the dawn of public Internet access in Las Vegas began in 1996,
several Service Providers have come and gone in the Las Vegas Valley. Only one has outlasted the competition and consistently fulfilled the Internet needs of residential, local businesses, government agencies and travelers in the Las Vegas Market - LV.Net.
LV.Net’s fundamental business principles and disciplines have placed it ahead of all competitors in the Las Vegas Market. LV.Net offers solutions to homes, businesses, government and travelers ranging from dialup Internet access to Metro-Ethernet, fiber and multi-site licensed microwave pushing Gigabytes of bandwidth throughout its networks in Las Vegas, while housing two SAS-70 Type II audited colocation facilities in the downtown corridor with multiple independent fiber optic backbone internet feeds.
Additionally, LV.Net offers a portfolio of Web Development, SEO and complete disaster recovery solutions.
At LV.Net we pride ourselves on being a full-service, customer service oriented company. As soon as a call comes in, it is handled with the utmost attention by a live technician, not bounced around an automated telephone system. LV.Net is entirely focused on providing solutions and fixing problems.
1996- Founded Vegas.Net serving dial-up, T1’s, e-Mail and Web Hosting
1996- Launch of Vegas.Com Tourism site
1998- Launch of Hawaii.Com Tourism site
1998- Partnered with KVBC channel 3. We became Kvbc Vegas.Net
1999- Sold Vegas.Com/Vegas.Net Launched LasVegas.Net
1999- Launch of LA.Com, NewJersey.Com & Illinois.Com Tourism sites
1999- Sold www.Vegas.Com / www.Vegas.Net to Greenspun corporation
2000- Partnered with Ron Cook’s Connecting Point
2001- Built DC1 Data Center at our Fremont Street location
2001- www.LasVegas.Net partnered with Fox 5 Television and became Fox5LasVegas.Net
2002- LasVegas.Net Acquired LANWaves Wireless Inc.
2002- Sold LA.Com to the Daily News
2002 to 2004- Acquired multiple Wireless Internet Service Providers, Dial-up & Hosting Companies
2003 to 2005- LasVegas.Net constructed towers around the Las Vegas Area building the largest wireless network throughout Clark County
2005- Expanded Web site Development, Design and Marketing Department
2007- LasVegas.Net acquired Ameralinx
2007- Brought in multiple fiber carriers to become a High Availability, carrier neutral facility
2008- LasVegas.Net acquired Intermind Corporation (First public internet service provider in Las Vegas)
2010- LV.Net acquired Cheetah Wireless customer base and assets
2010- LV.Net acquires Southwest Data Center’s assets and customer base & Opens DC2, its 2nd Las Vegas Data Center
2011- LV.Net expands operations into Boulder City, Primm and other neighboring cities
2011- LV.Net completes SAS 70 Type II data center Audit for financial sector data warehousing