Garrett Wiseman founded Mercury Broadband (formerly Mercury Wireless) in 2007. He is also the CEO of Mercury Networks, LLC; a company that builds, designs, and manufacturers 4G Broadband radios used by the corporation and in nearly 250 other networks worldwide.
In addition to his regular duties Garrett remains active in developing Ceres: the operating software in which Mercury Wireless is being built on. Prior to Mercury, Garrett served in the United States Air Force.
Garrett studied engineering at Washburn University and graduated from the Community College of The Air Force as an honor graduate while also receiving a distinguished graduate award.
Since founding Mercury Broadband, Mr. Wiseman and his team have been driven to provide fast, reliable, and unlimited Internet to connect and empower the communities we serve. Under his leadership, the Company has grown from a single wireless access site servicing a handful of rural residents to a sprawling Internet Service Provider encompassing more than 20,000 square miles in Kansas and Indiana.
Mr. Wiseman has achieved this growth through successful conceptualization, engineering, and deployment of hundreds of access sites in addition to collaboration and acquisition of numerous other ISPs. Mr. Wiseman has also successfully built a management team with a combined total of more than 75 years’ experience in the telecommunications sector including those specializing in RF engineering, telecommunications construction, project management, financial planning, and regulatory compliance.
Mercury Broadband’s mission is to enhance the connected life of the communities we serve by providing reliable, smart internet solutions to underserved households and businesses. We strive to be recognized by our customers as an invaluable partner in enabling, managing, and simplifying the increasingly diverse and complex home and business connected environments. We serve homes, businesses, and local governments in parts of Kansas, Missouri, and Indiana. Mercury is growing rapidly and continues to expand our service areas throughout the Midwest. Please feel free to contact us with feedback and ideas on ways we can serve better.