I-Net is a state-of-the-art fiber optic network service provided by King County for public facilities in King County.
I-Net was made possible by King County through creation of the County’s cable TV franchise agreement with Comcast (previously, TCI and Viacom cable companies). I-Net is regional 2, 000 mile fiber optic network, connecting more than 300 public, education, and government organizations to a stable, reliable and affordable regional communications network for Voice, Data and Video services.
The I-Net is not just a method of sharing data but, also a method to share information and ideas between schools, cities, counties, state of Washington, fire stations, police departments, hospitals, non-profit & research institutions, libraries, and the public across a private fiber network. I-Net is unique in working with its members institutions to build and design complex fiber network solutions.
I-Net Vision Statement
Provide secure, cost effective services and appropriate bandwidth capacity for King County government, non-profits, educational and other government organizations.
- I-Net market valuation $381M
- Partner with government, education and non-profit regional fiber entities