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Fiber-optic technology gives OneLinkUSA edge at NAA conference
OneLinkUSA is showcasing its advanced fiber-optic technology in cable and satellite TV, digital phone and high-speed Internet services to over 5,000 multi-family housing professionals this week at the 2010 National Apartment Association Education Conference & Exposition in New Orleans, La.
NEW ORLEANS, La. - June 23, 2010 – The advancement in communications over the last decade has been astounding, and Alabama-based OneLinkUSA has committed itself to staying at the forefront of the communications field and ahead of the competing major companies.
The OneLinkUSA team heads to New Orleans this week to showcase its advanced fiber-optic technology in cable and satellite TV, digital phone and high-speed Internet services to over 5,000 multi-family housing professionals at the 2010 National Apartment Association Education Conference & Exposition, June 24-26.
Fiber-optic technology allows OneLinkUSA to provide apartments, condominiums, planned communities and homeowners’ associations with superior-quality high-speed Internet up to 100 Mbps and the ability to set up satellite television for their properties without individual satellite dishes on each residence. OneLinkUSA is also a provider of Dish NetworkÒ, which delivers international channel packages and high-quality DVR. Coupling this technology with their “no commitment” standard for residents, OneLinkUSA offers an appealing package to these properties, in an age where variety and value are paramount.
For the last seven years, the NAA Education Conference & Exposition has been the most attended conference in the apartment industry. This year, the NAA will also welcome attendees from the National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA) Summer Meeting.
OneLinkUSA provides advanced communication services, including cable TV, satellite TV (Dish Network), digital phone and high-speed Internet, to apartments, condominiums, planned developments and homeowners’ associations across the Southeast.
Don Gantt, CEO