Boingo Wireless is an American company that provides mobile Internet access for wireless-enabled consumer devices. The company reports having over one million small cell networks for cellular extension services (aka distributed antenna system (DAS)) and Wi-Fi access that reach more than one billion consumers annually. The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, California. In 2001, Earthlink co-founder Sky Dayton founded Boingo to address the then-fragmented state of Wi-Fi networks. He says he saw how Wi-Fi "could help make the Internet as ubiquitous as the air we breathe". In March 2007, Boingo acquired Concourse Communications Group, which extended Boingos services into Wi-Fi and cellular DAS networks at airports.