Culver Connect Municipal Fiber Network
Culver Connect is a municipal fiber network facilitating high speed data connectivity to Culver City businesses in order to promote economic development.
Business Internet Service
Onward is now offering high-speed internet service to businesses in Culver City via Culver Connect.
Onward can provide a variety of services to Culver City Businesses, including:
- Internet service at speeds up to 1Gbps
- Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) Phone Service
- Additional services such as point-to-point, wavelengths, dark fiber, static IP blocks, and more
For more information, businesses may email Matthew Smolke, Community Outreach for Onward, or call him at (424) 326-1301.
Dark Fiber, Wavelength Transportation, & Colocation Services
Culver Connect offers custom solutions to meet your business's needs for dark fiber, wavelength transportation & colocation. Email Culver Connect to get started or call us at (310) 253-5525.
24x7 Network Operations Center
Culver Connect customers who need to reach the Network Operations Center may call (310) 253-5525, option #1.
More Information About Culver Connect
Culver City's municipal fiber network, known as Culver Connect, has a 21.7 mile network backbone in three geographical network rings interconnected by “ring ties” of approximately 3.1 route miles of fiber. The network backbone is comprised of 576 strands of entirely undergrounded fiber. There are three hub facilities located in the city which house city-owned network electronics. The City leases two fiber connections to carrier hotels at One Wilshire in Los Angeles and Equinix (LA3) in El Segundo.
Culver Connect Fiber Backbone Map(PDF, 2MB)
In 2013 the City began consulting with the Culver City business community about their need for enhanced broadband connectivity. The City then completed high-level network design and a report on potential business models(PDF, 4MB). On November 9, 2015, the City Council appropriated funding for the design and construction of a Municipal Fiber Network. Construction of the backbone began in August, 2016 and finished in July 2018.
Questions and Additional Information
Contact Culver Connect