MORE THAN 96,000 HOUSEHOLDS IN BALTIMORE CITY LACK HOME INTERNET SERVICE.
AT THE START OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, MORE THAN 24,000 BALTIMORE CITY SCHOOLS STUDENTS COULDN'T GET ONLINE AT HOME.
TODAY, WE'RE WORKING TO ENSURE HIGH-SPEED HOME INTERNET IS AVAILABLE TO EVERYONE IN BALTIMORE.
Project Waves was founded in 2018 in direct response to the Trump FCC's repeal of Net Neutrality. Through the design, creation and maintenance of the Project Waves Point-to-Multipoint wireless network, our team has connected more than 300 households to free, high-speed home Internet service. In collaboration with public and private partners, Project Waves continues to grow its network throughout Baltimore, serving as a model for other municipalities as the Digital Divide looms in the United States today.
Guided by the belief that everyone deserves unrestricted access to the Internet, Project Waves works to bridge the Digital Divide in Baltimore and beyond by creating, advocating for, and implementing equitable solutions that connect the under-connected and help individuals, families, and communities thrive. Project Waves envisions a world in which everyone is able to participate fully in society through equitable and affordable Internet access.
Baltimore's Digital Divide: Learn how Baltimore residents are impacted by the Digital Divide and what we can do to change the future of connectivity.
Waves Services: Find out how Waves' Point-to-multipoint network is filling the affordability gap in some of Baltimore's most historically underserved and inspirational communities.
Contact Us: Get in touch with our team to find out how you can help to close the Digital Divide in Baltimore and beyond.