A commitment to partnership drives successful relationships. Here, at OnlineNW, we specialize in providing communication solutions for companies in the wine industry, working with over 100 vineyards and wineries in the mid-valley region. We understand the unique challenge of needing world-class communication infrastructures in remote rural locations. Our roots in this community are as deep as our expertise.
OnlineNW delivers dependable Internet service, matching the best available technology for our customer’s location. Given the remote nature of vineyards and wineries, most qualify and utilize our extensive wireless network which includes 40 tower locations in the mid-valley region. For others we are able to provide fiber and DSL solutions. Additionally, many of our customers include our phone services.
As our customers grow, so to do their communication and network needs. For larger vineyards and wineries, that have greater demand for bandwidth, we provide connections with speeds up to 1 Gbps. Additionally we provide IT Services/Network Support, VLAN, and Wi-Fi Access along with a suite of mission critical offerings.
Complex businesses often require custom solutions to meet their unique needs. For this reason OnlineNW offers our customers solutions such as remote site connectivity and campus networking, utilizing both fiber and wireless technologies.
Executive Assistant, Soter Vineyards
“OnlineNW is quick to respond if I have any issues or questions. They provide good service, professional treatment and most importantly all of my phones work as they’re supposed to.” Learn More
Director of Viticulture, Chapter 24 Vineyards
“All our operations, emails and point-of-sale, are based in the cloud and working with OnlineNW has opened up connectivity possibilities as we expand. We didn’t expect to have this high level of service and Wi-Fi access at our new location.” Learn More
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