Houston, Texas, United States, February 28, 2012
Infrastructure Networks Signs Spectrum Lease Agreement Covering Oil-Rich Kern County
Infrastructure Networks, a Houston, Texas-based provider of broadband wireless networks to Critical Infrastructure Industries, is pleased to announce that it has entered into a long-term de facto lease agreement with a nationwide wireless provider for broadband spectrum that covers western Kern County, California.
Kern County, which is located approximately 50 miles north of Los Angeles and includes the city of Bakersfield, is home to some of the oldest and densest oil fields in the world, including the Elk Hills, Lost Hills, Midway Sunset, Belridge and Cymric fields. This spectrum agreement will allow Infrastructure Networks to provide dedicated wireless broadband services over licensed spectrum into these currently underserved fields.
“Many people do not realize that Kern county accounts for one-tenth of oil production in the United States, with three of the five largest oil fields in the United States located in Kern County,” stated Infrastructure Networks CEO Stan Hughey. ”We are very pleased to reach this agreement, which will allow us to begin building much-needed secure broadband wireless networks to serve this critical segment of energy infrastructure.”
Founded in March of 2011, Infrastructure Networks has also holds exclusive long-term de facto lease agreements for broadband spectrum in large parts of West Texas, the Texas panhandle and Eastern New Mexico
For more information on Infrastructure Networks, visit www.InfrastructureNetworks.com, or contact Kori Ugalde, Executive Vice-President, at firstname.lastname@example.org