At Peregrine Networks we not only understand how critical connectivity is, we deliver with greater reliability and more connection options than any of our competitors.
Peregrine Networks has mastered digital voice services which provide your business with reliable voice capabilities and common business features for far less than traditional telephony.
Our professional team is your best choice for engineering, testing, and deploying wireless services whether inside your business or between one or more remote locations.
Peregrine Networks, a company spun off of Genuity Networks, provides advanced Voice, Data and Structured cabling services to the business community. Utilizing both traditional cables, as well as advanced, carrier class wireless 5G equipment, Peregrine Networks technology provides business class connections via wireless, physical connection, or both making any location a good fit for us. With Wireless speeds up to 1Gbps & fiber speeds up to 10Gbps, Peregrine Networks delivers flexible, low cost alternatives to expensive cable or telephone company circuits. Peregrine Networks can install services much quicker than traditional communications companies while maintaining to you a much lower cost structure and rapid troubleshooting times via our state-of-the-art & in-house developed monitoring systems.
A Gartner, Inc. survey of 317 CFOs and Finance leaders on March 30, 2020* revealed that 74% will move at least 5% of their previously on-site workforce to permanently remote positions post-COVID 19. https://gtnr.it/3mjI0zn Contact Peregrine Networks to help your remote employees work at the same level they do in the office.
April 23, 2020 – Today, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) made a historic and visionary decision that will transform wireless connectivity for decades to come. By making 1200 megahertz of spectrum in 6 GHz available for unlicensed innovation, the Commission opened the flood gates of Wi-Fi® benefits for American consumers, enterprises and the economy. Most Read more about Historic FCC decision secures future of Wi-Fi® innovation[…]
Comcast’s customer service used to be the stuff of distraught legend. The company put a lot of effort into making it better. But then something went wrong with my cable service. https://zd.net/31Jjej6
By Bret Clark Having lived in New England for quite awhile now, I learned a long time ago to never tempt mother nature…still as hard as she has tried over the years, Peregrine Networks’s wireless network has shown how incredibly resilient our infrastructure is. After experiencing several unprecedented storms in NH between 2008 to 2014, Read more about Peregrine Networks Uptime During Winter Storms[…]
By Ruth Axtell Everyone has heard the buzz words and catch phrases “shop local”, “support small businesses” and “support the local economy”, but do you really know what that means and what an impact these very simple things can do for you and your family? Spending money on products and services that are provided by local Read more about Go Green, Buy Local![…]
The importance of Service Level Agreements If you ask any business the importance of their telecommunication services, it would rank among the top 5! Your telecommunication service is how you stay in touch with your customers, whether through telephone, email, or social networks . Quality connectivity is a must. Yet so many businesses choose a Read more about The importance of Service Level Agreements[…]
And yet another negative of using Comcast for you internet services…Electricity Cost! It’s been discovered that all 224 million of cableTV (not all Comcast, but close) boxes across the nation — together consume as much electricity as produced by four giant nuclear reactors, running around the clock! One cableTV box can consume as much as 35W and Read more about Worried About Your Electric Bill..Don’t use Comcast![…]
Easily one of the top questions we get from customers who purchases our services is wanting to know how the antenna will be mounted. Many customers are worried that the system will be an eyesore on their building and we are very consciousnesses of that. First the antennas we use are fairly small ranging from Read more about How We Mount our Antennas[…]
Once again New Hampshire experienced yet another “1 in 100 years” storm that has caused havoc on both the electrical and telecommunications infrastructure that runs over electrical/fiber lines. Yet again this stormed further proved out Peregrine Networks strength and design concept as our 100% owned and 100% maintained wireless infrastructure remained fully intact! Sure we battled the generator game with some generators Read more about And Yet Another “Once in a Century” Storms![…]
On August 28th 2011, tropical storm Irene rolled through New England and while not as damaging as many initially feared, the storm produce quite a bit of damage in New Hampshire. At it’s peak Public Service of New Hamsphire (PSNH) had over 125,000 customers (residents/business) without power along with countless reports from both Comcast and Fairpoint indicating service outages Read more about After Another Historical Storm, Peregrine’s Network remains 100% Operational![…]
The convergence of wireless technologies is revolutionizing the way we use the Internet for work, play, and life. As we move into 2011, the wireless industry is pose to have one of its strongest years ever on a number of fronts. New Hampshire companies need to look at multiple avenues to not only make sure Read more about Next Generation of Wide Area Wireless Telecommunications[…]
Manchester, NH– November 11, 2009 Peregrine Networks announces a major upgrade to core components of its infrastructure providing the company with the ability to meet growing customer demand while ensuring the company stays ahead of customer’s advance networking requirements.Peregrine Networks has increased its aggregate capacity to reach the Internet to 800Mbps of bandwidth capacity via the use of Read more about Peregrine Networks Increases Infrastructure Capacity to Meet Growing Demand[…]
Manchester, NH– January 1st, 2009 After going through a historic ice storm the week of December 15th, 2008 that, at it’s peak, had over 430,000 residences and businesses without power, Peregrine Networks wireless infrastructure remained 100% intact. A common question that Peregrine Networks receives is what effect does weather have on wireless signals? This storm was an excellent Read more about Peregrine Networks’ Wireless Technology Proves Itself During Historic Ice Storm[…]
Peregrine Networks Receives a License from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to provide WiMAX Wireless Services Nationwide
Manchester, NH– June, 2008 – Peregrine Networks, a leading high-speed fixed wireless provider in Manchester, NH announced today that they received a license from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to provide WiMAX wireless services nationwide in the newly released 3.65 GHz band (3650-3700 MHz). Peregrine Networks currently offers business class Internet & data communications services to Read more about Peregrine Networks Receives a License from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to provide WiMAX Wireless Services Nationwide[…]
Manchester, NH– January, 07, 2008—Peregrine Networks Networks, a premier provider of high-speed fixed wireless digital communications and enterprise networking services, today announced the increased availability of its high-speed wireless broadband services throughout the cities of Concord and Nashua New Hampshire. The company began expanding its advanced Wave Touch wireless broadband services into these cities last spring, Read more about Peregrine Networks Announces Expanded Wireless High-Speed Availability in Nashua and Concord, NH[…]