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Since the dawn of public Internet access in Las Vegas, LV.Net began to provide High Speed Internet in 1994.

Several service providers have come and gone in the Las Vegas Valley. Only one company has outlasted the competition and consistently fulfilled all the Internet needs in the Las Vegas market – LV.Net. LV.Net’s fundamental business principles and disciplines have placed it ahead of all competitors.

LV.Net offers a whole range of Internet solutions to businesses, government, travelers and homes including: two SSAE16 audited colocation facilities, licensed microwave, wireless, backup Internet, fiber networks, multi-dwelling units, point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, hosting, convention Internet, cloud computing, web design, SEO etc.

Currently LV.Net serves Las Vegas, Henderson, Summerlin, Primm Valley, Boulder City, Pahrump, Mesquite, Mount Charleston, Middle of the Desert in Nevada, Baker and Del Mar in California, and beyond. LV.Net continues to expand its network through the surrounding area of Nevada, including California, Arizona and Utah.
Since LV.Net owns and maintains every piece of equipment that it uses, no third party will ever have to be contacted or called should a problem arise. This enables LV.Net to provide the most reliable service possible.
LV.Net is entirely focused on being a 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 provides only quality high speed services for all your Internet needs.


2015: LV.Net was presented with Proclamation for LV.Net Day will be March 10th. Play Video >>
LV.Net expanded wireless operations into Shoshone and Tecopa, California
2014: LV.Net expanded wireless operations into Laughlin and Searchlight, Nevada
2014: LV.Net purchased UNSI’s Nevada assets (the old Airband / Sparkplug / Verde Communications Network)
2013: LV.Net expanded its network to Mount Charleston, installed high speed Internet to the Mount Charleston mountains and area
2013: LV.Net completed SSAE16 Type II data centers audit for financial sector data warehousing
2013: LV.Net installed Free Wi-Fi for the City of Las Vegas in the Downtown Las Vegas
2013: LV.Net expanded its network, installed high speed Internet into Baker, California
2012: LV.Net brought backup internet to Primm Nevada
2012: LV.Net expanded operation into Pahrump Nevada
2012: LV.Net started installing its own fiber network in parts of Las Vegas
2011: Co-Locates in the One Wilshire Data Center for expansion
2011: Leases private fiber optic connections and space inside 1 Wilshire cross connect facility to allow international and remote carriers into the LV.Net network that do not have a presence in Las Vegas and diversify LV.Net routing topology. 
2011: LV.Net completed SAS 70 Type II data center Audit for financial sector data warehousing
2010-2012: Installed equipment on 5 mountain tops surrounding Las Vegas to expand its microwave and wireless network
2010: LV.Net acquired Southwest Data Center’s assets and customer base, opened 2nd Las Vegas Data Center (DC2)
2010: LV.Net ran one of the largest Wi-Fi networks on Las Vegas Blvd, Downtown Las Vegas and Southern Nevada
2010: LV.Net expands operations into Primm Nevada
2010: LV.Net expands operations into Boulder City
2008: LasVegas.Net acquired Intermind Corporation (first public ISP in Las Vegas)
2007: Brought in multiple fiber carriers to become a high availability, carrier neutral facility
2007: LasVegas.Net acquired Ameralinx
2005: Expanded web site development, design and marketing department
2003-2005: LasVegas.Net constructed towers around the Las Vegas area building the largest wireless network throughout Clark County
2002-2004: Acquired multiple wireless Internet service providers, dial-up and hosting companies
2002: Sold LA.Com to the Daily News
2002: LasVegas.Net Acquired LANWaves Wireless Inc.
2001: www.LasVegas.Net partnered with Fox 5 local television station and became Fox5LasVegas.Net 
2001: Opened Las Vegas Data Center at Fremont Street location (DC1)
2000: Partnered with Ron Cook’s connecting point
1999: Sold www.Vegas.Com / www.Vegas.Net to Greenspun corporation 
1999: Launched LA.Com, NewJersey.Com, Illinois.Com tourism sites
1999: Launched LasVegas.Net
1998: Vegas.Net partnered with KVBC Local NBC channel 3
1996: Founded Vegas.Net serving dial-up, T1’s, e-mail and web hosting
1994: Started Vegas.Com tourism site 

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