Peak.org Nationwide business & residential internet provider in Oregon
PEAK Internet, LLC is a leading Oregon-based Internet Service Provider (ISP). It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Casco Communications and Stayton Cooperative Telephone Company. Casco Communications was formed in 1992 by the union of three local utility cooperatives: Pioneer Consolidated, Consumers Power, Inc, and Blachly-Lane Electric. Blachly-Lane later sold it’s share of the company to the other two partners. Casco Communications complements its parent cooperatives' expertise in energy and telecommunications, by offering local Internet access (PEAK Internet) and propane distribution (CoEnergy).
Originally, Casco adopted Pioneer Telephone's Internet business and expanded it to serve communities from Corvallis to the Oregon Coast. Casco acquired PEAK, Inc. in February 2002 to expand its market and provide added value to its parent cooperatives' membership. PEAK's commitment to community support and customer service complements the parent cooperatives' mission. With nearly a century of service the utility cooperatives represent long-term stability and assurance that PEAK's mission of providing excellent service locally will remain just that; friendly and local.
Today, PEAK Internet is the ISP arm of Casco. It has merged peak.org, casco.net, and pioneer.net customers into one statewide network. It has increases its customer base over 400% with other ISP acquisitions as well. In the last year, PEAK has built or acquired wireless networks that cover over 1300 square miles in the Willamette Valley, giving PEAK the largest locally-owned wireless network in Oregon.
- 1600 SW W
- Corvallis OR 97333 US
- Peak Internet
- 121, Fax: +1 541 766 8610
- Alexa: Peak.org