January 14, 2014
In preparation for the upcoming Sundance Film Festival, Peak Wireless Services installed today additional channel capacity for the Park City Area. The Sundance Film Festival has historically been a busy time of year. On top of the already busy ski season there are additional communication needs for transportation companies that serve the increase of tourism for the festival. Effective today Park City channel capacity has been increased by 40%, giving added two way radio capacity to provide for these additonal communication needs.
Peak Wireless Services remains the best choice for communication between the Salt Lake Valley and Summit County. Intersite connected coverage means that transportation services can talk from the Salt Lake International Airport to Park City, all without having to change channels.
December 17, 2013
Today marks an important day for boaters down near Lake Powell. Peak Wireless Services installed a new site near Bullfrog Utah, giving wireless two way radio coverage in the Hall's Crossing area. This coverage expansion will allow for push to talk radio communication from Bullfrog to anywhere in Peak Wireless' increasing wide area radio network. In addition to Hall's Crossing, the Bullfrog site will provide coverage to parts of Highway 276 including Ticaboo. Head on over to the Coverage Map to see the complete area covered.
September 17, 2013
Peak Wireless Services' coverage footprint has grown! A new site has been installed in west Garfield county giving coverage to Antimony, Bryce Canyon National Park, Escalante, Boulder and stretching south towards Lake Powell. This new site will be site number 25 and is operational effective today. Check out the updated Coverage Map to view complete coverage.
August 9, 2013
Today work was completed on doubling site capacity in Heber City. The Heber site, which provides coverage in the Heber valley including Midway and Highway 40, now has greater capacity to handle the increasing volume of calls made in the area.
July 3, 2013
Today we completed work on a new page: About. This new page contains information about the Kenwood NEXEDGE® system that Peak Wireless' digital network utilizes. We also finished work on translating the entire website into Spanish. You can toggle between English and Spanish by clicking on the link at the top of each page.
June 6, 2013
Welcome to the official website of Peak Wireless Services! Until recently, Peak Wireless' online presence was no more than a shingle. Thanks to a dedicated team, you can now view our wide area coverage map, check compatible radios, and see what Peak Wireless Services can do for your company. Feel free to peruse the new site and contact us to leave comments and suggestions.
May 29, 2013
Today we turned up another site, located in the Sanpete Valley, UT. The site, which is located near Sterling, will provide coverage for the majority of Sanpete County going as far north as Ephraim and Mt. Pleasant, down south to I-70 and Salina and west over to Gunnison and Fayette. This is the 24th site in the Network and you can check the new coverage over at our Coverage Map.
April 4, 2013
Peak Wireless Services’ digital NEXEDGE network continues to grow with the addition of a new site near Cedar City, UT. The site will provide coverage over the majority of Iron County, bolstering already existing coverage in the area by adding coverage along Hwy 56 from the state border towards I-15 and further north up the Interstate to Hwy 20. New communities served include Modena, Enterprise, Newcastle, New Harmony, Enoch, Summit, Parowan, Paragonah and more. Check out the new coverage here.
The site comes as Peak Wireless continues to support and deploy sites in rural communities all across the state of Utah, making it the premier choice for wide area push-to-talk coverage. Peak Wireless now has over 22 mountain and city communication sites that cover the state of Utah including most of the I-15 corridor, Summit County, Moab, Southern and South Central Utah.
October 9, 2012
Continuing with recent expansion into the southeastern region of Utah, Peak Wireless Services announced today the addition of one more site near Huntington. The site will bolster coverage at Green River but also provides radio communication to northern Emery county and southern Carbon county including Price. This, along with the recent expansion of coverage in the Moab area will allow customers to have voice and data communications starting at Helper and continuing to Moab, Monticello and ending near Bluff, Utah.
Other communities and highways benefitting from the Emery county site include: Spring Glen, Wellington, East Carbon, Highway 6 (starting at Helper), Highway 10 down to Ferron, Clawson, Castle Dale, Orangeville, Lawrence, Cleveland and Elmo.
October 3-5, 2012
Peak Wireless Services has expanded coverage in an impressive move to include a large portion of south eastern Utah including the Moab area. Work for installing equipment in three new mountain top communication sites around Moab and Monticello was completed over the week, opening a new region for interconnected coverage with the rest of Peak Wireless Services NEXEDGE network.
The new coverage area will provide radio communications to large portions of the San Juan and Grand counties in Utah including many popular tourism areas such as parts of Canyonlands National Park, Dead Horse Point State Park, the Sand Flats Recreational Area and Arches National Park including Delicate Arch, Landscape Arch, Dark Angel, Tower Arch, the North and South Window Arches and more. Canyonlands National Park coverage includes The Needles and areas of Island in the Sky and The Maze.
While tourism will benefit greatly, this new deployment also adds a vast area of coverage over south east Utah including the following locations: I-70 from Highway 24 to the Utah-Colorado state border, Green River, Highway 190 to Bluff, Moab, Spanish Valley, Castle Valley, Hole N’ the Rock, La Sal, Monticello, Blanding, White Mesa, Highway 95 to Highway 261, Highway 491 into Colorado, Dove Creek, Cahone and Pleasant View.
September 25, 2012
Earlier this year, Peak Wireless Services announced the installation and operation of a new site in St. George, Utah. Today coverage continues to expand into the southern region of Utah with the addition of a site near Cedar City site. Located in the foothills above the city, this new site will not only provide coverage to all of Cedar City but also to many outlying communities to the north west. These include Highway 130 from Cedar City north to the Iron-Beaver County border, the Lund Highway, Beryl and more.
June 11, 2012
Historically, Peak Wireless Services has provided advanced radio coverage for the state of Utah. Today marks the first area of expanded radio coverage outside the state. Peak Wireless Services has been rapidly deploying new communication sites all over Utah but today announced the installation of a new site near Elko Nevada. The site, like all Peak Wireless Services’ communication sites, is interconnected over a robust IP back-haul that will allow customers to talk and hear from Elko to any area of coverage in Utah.
New areas served by this expanded coverage include: I-80 begining west of Wells to the Elko-Eureka County border, Highway 230, 229, 227, Lamoille, Spring Creek, Highway 228 south near Jiggs, the city of Elko, and Carlin.
June 5, 2012
Peak Wireless Services announced today the operation of a new site located near Hanksville, Utah. Current coverage in Wayne county will now include the area immediately around Hanksville including along Highway 95 from the Emery-Wayne County border to the Wayne-Garfield county border and going east on Highway 24. The site is expected to serve the rural community including aggregate haulers, lumber transportation, recreational outfitters, towing companies, tour operators, telecommunication workers and others needing push-to-talk radio communications. The Hanksville site will also bolster state-wide coverage including the Teasdale site that covers eastern Wayne county.