Driving Open Access Broadband
There is no question as to the benefits that a community sees after building broadband networks. Our insatiable thirst for bandwidth is never satisfied. Many communities are in a bandwidth drought because their service providers do not have sufficient infrastructure. Communities need to take control of their destiny to build an open access broadband infrastructure.
Open access broadband infrastructure allows incumbent and new service providers to offer new and innovative services to a community economically. Our company was founded on the belief that increasing broadband penetration is achieved most effectively at the local level through a public/private partnership. We can show you how to do it.
- Wyoming Town Creates Broadband Bonanza Powell’s network broke even in 18 months and has operated profitably ever since.
- AT&T, cable lobbying drive Chattanooga’s EPB to shelve network expansion bill Municipal-run broadband providers like EPB would have been able to extend service up to 30 miles outside their service areas.
- House To Vote On Anti-Net Neutrality Measure; Administration Threatens Veto “How carriers manage their networks should be determined by engineers, entrepreneurs and consumers in the marketplace, not by as few as three unelected commissioners,” said Rep. Walden.