Archive: February 14, 2021

Happy Valentine’s Day


We have officially made it past the election and into the second month of the New Year. Hyper Fusion is moving fast and we have gained our stride. I know with previous posts unrest has been shown, but as all things do, they work out how they’re supposed too.

A few new ideas…

We’ve been spitballing around is our Fusion Business Network to connect our customers who are business owners with the rest of the community. Any suggestions or recommendations for this can be submitted too

All ideas, suggestions, and questions are encouraged. This is a completely new platform we are wanting to get going to better help fuse our community together, so anything is helpful.

In other news…

Hyper Fusion is looking for new recruits to help install. Over 200 customers and plenty more waiting to get added on, there is plenty of work. If you or anyone you know is interested check out our website for instructions to apply:

Happy Valentine’s Day

Otherwise here’s a few thoughts about the history of valentines day. The history of Valentine’s day is unknown, and mostly spread by speculation. Having to do with Romans and Christians a bunch of years ago, it is mostly commercialized today. The irony in this holiday and every other one that is celebrated by the United States government and or recognized by commercialism, is that they are all about loving one another and being grateful for someone else. Whether we show it with chocolate or gift wrapped presents, a turkey dinner, or hiding/asking for candy, we should all take time to put the devices down and disconnect once in a while and be grateful for what we have here in the moment.

Lastly, let’s show some love for our Hyper Fusion staff! They’ve been busting their booty to get it done! Here’s to another great year at HFT!

Hyper Fusion Staff

Coldest weather in years…

Hello all!

I wanted to share a few thoughts for this cold weather. This is the coldest weather central Texas has seen in years. We are experiencing sleet, snow, and sheets of ice. School has been cancelled and everyone is hopefully staying warm.


 Remember your pets and elderly neighbors!! 

dogs, pets, cold, weather, central texasJust like we’re not used to this weather, our pets aren’t either. Please remember to bring your pets inside and/or provide some sort of shelter for them if they have to stay outside. Also, if you know someone who needs to be checked on, please do so. There are others less fortunate and may not have heat or be able to acquire heat. This cold weather is supposed to last for a few days so make sure everyone has plenty of food and water.


 Backup supplies & Saftey

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When it gets icy like this it can weigh down the electrical lines causing power outages. Make sure you and your family have plenty of flashlights, batteries, blankets, food and water. Also remember to keep your phones and other electronics charged just in case the power goes out. Having a bag with games, paper, markers, crayons, and other things also come in handy for when the little ones get bored. Don’t forget to watch your step!



It is best to stay inside when weather like this hits but if you absolutely need to get out here are some tricks to clean your windshield:

*Old gift card/credit card- you do not want to use your every day cards but if you have an old Walmart gift card you forgot to throw away go grab it. It is small but will help in a pinch!

*Spatula- Using a spatula works a little better than the card because it is bigger. Especially if you have a bigger one used on the grill. This scrapes off the ice and allows a longer reach to get the entire windshield.

*Kayak paddle- This comes in handy as it is bigger and longer  to reach the windshield and is easier to find in most Texans homes.

And finally…

If your internet goes out, please check the network status channel in Slack. If nothing has been reported as down or being worked on then please send a ticket with the subject “Storm outage” to so that our engineers can check it out for you.

We hope you stay safe and warm!


HFT Staff