The days when dial-up Internet was popular and Netscape was the browser. Our initial connection to the Internet started at a T1 (1.5Mbps) into the MCI Backbone.
Stealth built it's own router using PC and FPGA's, and developed it's own Layer-2 transmission technology capable of running at 1 Gbps Full-Duplex (before Gigabit-Ethernet had been standardized.)
First to offer native Ethernet connections to Island ECN within the NYC Metro Area over Stealth's custom-built router technology.
Over a dozen DS-3 (45 Mbps) private peering connections established, and establish public peering at NYIIX.
Stealth pre-wired two office bulidings in Lower Manhattan with access to Fast-Ethernet Internet access: 50 Broad Street and 29 Broadway.
Stealth joins the 6bone and receives a pTLA assignment
Largest IPv6 Exchange at the time on the East Coast, connecting over 12 organizations. Members included: Sprint, France Telecom, Dept. of Defense, Qwest and ESNet.
Stealth receives IPv6 sTLA allocation from ARIN, making it one of the first ten IPv6 network in North America.
Stealth becomes Sprint's single largest IP customer in New York City, with Gigabits of capacity.
Stealth selects and deploy's Procket Routers, supporting high-density 10 Gbps connections on the backbone.
We organized and hosted multiple Voice Peering Forum events, featuring firms on the cutting edge of VoIP technology.
Big APE launched in 2005, a low-cost high-performance IPv4 peering platform for ISPs and content providers in the NYC area. NY6IX service merges into Big APE.
Stealth exchanges traffic directly with over 500 other Internet networks, including major ISPs and content providers.
Stealth Communications receives both the information and telecommunications franchises, authorizing the company to install fiber optic cables throughout the City's public right-of-way.
Stealth's in-house fiber construction crew, begins construction of a new fiber optic backbone starting from Midtown Manhattan heading towards the Financial District.
NYCEDC Launches Second Round of ConnectNYC to Construct Free Fiber Cable Wiring For Businesses Across New York City
Stealth pulls in two 864 fiber-count cables into 325 Hudson Street (North & South) and installs a 24 Tbps Internet Core Router.
Stealth partners with NYCEDC's Connect IBZ to expand Ultrafast Gigabit Broadband into the Industrial Business Zones in NYC
Stealth Fiber Crew has made tremendous progress, bringing Fiber to just over 130 commercial buildings in Manhattan.
Stealth's new underground Brookly system goes live. New 50 Tbps Core Router installed at Bush Terminal, over 8,000 ft of new conduit and manholes installed in Southwest Brooklyn, part of NYC's Connect IBZ project.
Press Release: Company increases infrastructure investments in NYC for 2019, to add over 8,000 fiber miles of fiber-optic cable to its network.
Stealth launches Pop-Up Fiber: a fiber optic connectivity option for short-term engagements in NYC. The service leverages Stealth's aggressive city-wide fiber deployment and in-house expertise to provide gigabit connectivity to video, film and streaming productions that need an alternative to satellite hookups.