Connecting the Region through Advanced Internet Connectivity

Municipalities across our region need effective and efficient ways to provide real-time communications, online resources and public safety services to local citizens and visitors.

Towns of all sizes rely on our speed, redundancy and flexibility to provide critical services. OpenCape's 100% Fiber Optic Network already connects Community Anchor Institutions – Schools, Police, Fire, EMS, Public Safety Divisions, DPW and Water Districts – in each of the 15 towns on the Cape and provides connectivity to Municipal and City Networks to all 45 towns within our service footprint through the Municipal Wide Area Network (MWAN), which benefits towns by connecting multiple buildings at a significantly lower cost per unit.

  • Ensure essential communications remain available even in harsh conditions
  • Access vital information and online services super fast
  • Create a truly secure, customized solution to ensure that your Municipal Network will grow as your town grows
  • Enable full control of your Networking Environment
  • Extend your network reach into a Wide Area Network

Key Benefits of Fiber Optic Connectivity for Municipality

Secure Servers & Backup Systems

OpenCape's Data Center in Barnstable, MA not only provides a secure and reliable location for governments to locate their servers, backup systems and other technology, it provides diverse power feeds, distribution paths, generator systems, redundant cooling systems and high-capacity diverse paths via their 100% Fiber Optic Network.

Innovative, Scalable Solutions

OpenCape’s services are scaleable and towns can determine which technologies they want to use on OpenCape's 100% Fiber Optic Network to create a truly secure, customized solution and ensure that their Municipal Network will grow as their town grows. [We also continue to offer special pricing for all public safety clients to allow them to meet their ever-increasing demand.]

Far-Reaching Backbone

The OpenCape 100% Fiber Optic Network extends over 500+ miles through all 15 Cape Cod towns as well as Southeastern MA and Rhode Island. Additional connections are made to Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard. Relationships with Tier 1 internet providers in Boston and Providence complement the Network’s diverse and redundant design.

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Providing connectivity to Municipal and City Networks in all 45 towns across Cape Cod and Southeastern MA

Case Studies

Barnstable County

Barnstable County’s Wide Area Network

Delivering services to towns in an efficient and effective model using a regional Wide Area Network created specifically to advance economies of scale and lower internet access costs.

Town of Falmouth Seal

Falmouth’s Municipal Network

Leveraging fiber optic technology to create a comprehensive Municipal Network of 19 buildings with super-fast connectivity among town buildings and aggregated internet and voice service.