About HyperLeap

HyperLeap is a managed WiFi platform designed and built by Broadband Development Group. We believe WiFi is no longer a desired amenity, it’s an essential amenity. So why isn’t it pre-installed, hardwired during the construction phase? HyperLeap delivers a move-in ready WiFi experience where you simply walk in your unit, pull up your device, click on the HyperLeap network, and you are instantly connected.

Apartment buildings and residential communities

The types of properties we serve.

  • Apartments
  • Condos
  • Multi-Use Commercial
  • Student Housing
  • Townhomes
  • Commercial Offices
  • Senior & Assisted Living
  • Fiber to the Home (FTTH)

Our story.

HyperLeap was founded by industry veterans Lou McAlister and Tom Flak to address pent up demand for high-performance, affordable broadband Internet access. We enter markets where new technology combined with innovative business models enable a compelling competitive advantage. Our initial focus is on broadband Internet access for residential and business subscribers in Multi-Tenant Units. We have designed a network architecture and business model to deliver broadband in this segment that is typically 20-40% cheaper with speed up to 600% faster. Furthermore, we offer customers instant activation and no hassles — no waiting, no modem, and no contract.

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Why we created HyperLeap.

HyperLeap was started as a premium alternative to the traditional telecom providers with 3 simple goals:

  • Faster Internet
  • Better Value
  • Superior Consumer Experience

Meet our team members

News & Press

by Governors Office | April 18, 2022 | Press Release

LITTLE ROCK - Governor Asa Hutchinson today released key findings and recommendations of an anticipated state broadband report from consultant, Broadband Development Group (BDG).

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by Roby Brock | December 21, 2021 | Press Release

Lou McAlister, CEO of Little Rock-based Broadband Development Group, has been tasked by the Arkansas Legislature to help create a master plan for expanding Broadband Internet across the state.

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