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Digital Oilfield Takes Hold

Scott Crist, CEO of Infrastructure Networks, spoke at a breakfast hosted by Altira Group LLC,  on the topic of the digital oilfield.

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Infrastructure Networks to present at The 2017 Bakken Conference & Expo in North Dakota

Scott Crist, CEO of Infrastructure Networks, will be presenting at this year’s Bakken Conference and Expo, a Premier North Dakota Shale Oil Event.  Produced by North American Shale magazine, the event will provide attendees with in-depth stories, information on the hottest topics and multiple networking sessions geared to connect decision makers from every segment of the industry. The conference takes place from July 17th-19th at the Bismark Event Center in North Dakota.

Click here to go to the Bakken Conference and Expo website for more information.

Infrastructure Networks to Present at Entelec 2017 Conference

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Representatives from Infrastructure Networks will be presenting at the Entelec 2017 Conference, April 25th-27th. The presentation, entitled “Displace CAPEX & OPEX with LTE Technology and FastL2 Carrier Ethernet Connectivity” will be a discussion on the future of machine-to-machine technology and enabling solutions in the era of the internet of things. Topics highlighted will include:

\\ Low Cost of Ownership

\\ IIoT \ M2M Oil & Gas Automation

\\ LTE Convergence & Universal Adoption

\\ FastL2 – Enables Carrier Ethernet to the Network Edge – Save VPRN & MPLS Costs

The presentation will conclude with a Question & Answer session.

The presentation will take place at the George R. Brown Convention Center.

Oil and Gas Telecom Company Raises Millions

Houston, Texas, United States, September 8th, 2015

Infrastructure Networks Inc., a Houston-based telecommunications company, has raised $3.3 million, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Infrastructure Networks is a wireless Internet provider for oil and gas companies. It offers 4G LTE Internet — similar to the speeds on most smartphones today — in the Eagle Ford Shale, the Permian Basin, the Bakken Shale and the Texas Panhandle, according to the company’s website.

The equity raise was led by existing investor Altira Group, a Denver-based oil and gas venture capital fund.

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