Haven’t had internet issues this year? Lucky you. For those who have been plagued by problems, a New York City startup focused on large-scale connectivity in commercial and residential buildings hopes to provide a solution. Gigstreem, founded in 2017, just raised $50 million from Crestline Investors, bringing its total funding to $75 million. The company offers “ubiquitous Wi-Fi,” meaning each building operates as its own network (with private accounts for individuals) instead of having dozens The post NYC startup nabs $50M to expand Wi-Fi connectivity appeared first on The Real Deal New York.