S.D. ‘Trip’ Camper, III, with a 30-plus year background in the tower and communications business, saw an urgent need and demand to expand high-speed internet to millions of people living in rural areas across the United States. He responded by founding BridgeInternet to deliver fiber-like service through a wireless broadband system.
Camper was CEO and Co Founder of Pacific Towers Partners, a subsidiary of Digital Bridge and a senior consultant to Vertical Bridge.
He was also CEO of two publicly-traded companies, and owned a telecom in American Samoa and the USVI.
“After searching for and finding the right technology to securely deliver high-speed wireless broadband,” Camper said, “BridgeInternet has the software and hardware to address rural markets.” Unique to BridgeInternet, according to Camper, the company is building and owning the towers necessary in rural markets and hopes to add approximately 2,000 towers over the next three to four years.
BridgeInternet has active systems in Indiana and is deploying projects throughout the United States and soon, Canada. Its potential partners are municipalities, cooperatives and individuals that would like to become territory owners with BridgeInternet.
August 30, 2019