SKYFIBER Selected as FiRe 2009 FiReStarter

skyfiberWe are pleased to announce that SKYFIBER ( has been selected to participate as one of 12 honored FiReStarters for the Future in Review (FiRe) 2009 conference, May 19-22, at the Hotel del Coronado, San Diego, California. (See David Achim, President and COO; and Mark Doucet, CEO and CTO, will be in attendance.

SKYFIBER, originally founded in 1996 as Dominion Lasercom Inc., has built upon a rich patent portfolio to overcome limitations inherent in earlier generations of free space optical (FSO) technologies and today delivers the industry’s most reliable, cost-effective, and high-value wireless light network solutions. SKYFIBER holds more than 17 granted and pending patents that significantly differentiate its products and services from all other competitors in the market, including the foundational patent for the use of FSO in a point-to-multipoint (PtMP) network environment.

SKYFIBER’s patented technology addresses the rapidly growing global requirements for fast, secure, and affordable wireless communication solutions. SKYFIBER solutions have the flexibility to meet a broad range of customer needs, including mobility backhaul, enterprise and campus area networks, last-mile connectivity, fiber-coupled networking, and emergency response networks.

The demand for next-generation free-space optical technologies is here. SKYFIBER is prepared to lead the industry in providing wireless light networks to connect the world. For more information, please email

About the FiReStarter program: For the third year in a row, Strategic News Service (SNS) is selecting 12 businesses – top startups or businesses with new startup technology – for world promotion, based on nominations by trusted strategic investment SNS Members. We believe that these FiReStarter businesses, which will be integrated into the FiRe 2009 program, will change our world in a positive way. They are businesses we believe you should know about.

For more information about the FiReStarter program, please contact the SNS Programs Director, Sharon Anderson-Morris/“SAM”: