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Drew Clark Live at Mountain Connect: Bruce Patterson of Ammon, Idaho

Drew Clark

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KEYSTONE, Colorado, June 6, 2016 – Here at Mountain Connect, I caught up with Bruce Patterson, the chief technologist in Ammon, Idaho (a suburb of Idaho Falls), where he discussed the innovative open access network that is common online in this city of 13,000.

He and Jeff Christensen, President of Entry Point Networks, spoke about how software-defined networks, and open access networks, are the next step in our broadband evolution. And Chris Mitchell of the Institute for Local Self Reliance (Community Networks) spoke about an upcoming video — to be released this week — that features what’s happening in Ammon, Idaho.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIiFXelfPO4

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A New Broadband Policy Agenda for Schools, Health and Library ‘Anchor Institutions’

Derek Shumway

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Photo of students using computers at the Howard-Tilton Library of Tulane University, used with permission from Tulane Public Relations.

KEYSTONE, Colorado, June 6, 2016 – Here at Mountain Connect, I caught up with Bruce Patterson, the chief technologist in Ammon, Idaho (a suburb of Idaho Falls), where he discussed the innovative open access network that is common online in this city of 13,000.

He and Jeff Christensen, President of Entry Point Networks, spoke about how software-defined networks, and open access networks, are the next step in our broadband evolution. And Chris Mitchell of the Institute for Local Self Reliance (Community Networks) spoke about an upcoming video — to be released this week — that features what’s happening in Ammon, Idaho.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIiFXelfPO4

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Digital Health Companies Adapted With Agility to Meet Outstanding Demands During the Pandemic

Derek Shumway

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KEYSTONE, Colorado, June 6, 2016 – Here at Mountain Connect, I caught up with Bruce Patterson, the chief technologist in Ammon, Idaho (a suburb of Idaho Falls), where he discussed the innovative open access network that is common online in this city of 13,000.

He and Jeff Christensen, President of Entry Point Networks, spoke about how software-defined networks, and open access networks, are the next step in our broadband evolution. And Chris Mitchell of the Institute for Local Self Reliance (Community Networks) spoke about an upcoming video — to be released this week — that features what’s happening in Ammon, Idaho.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIiFXelfPO4

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How Virtual Learning Is Being Reinvigorated Through Tech, From CES 2021

Samuel Triginelli

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KEYSTONE, Colorado, June 6, 2016 – Here at Mountain Connect, I caught up with Bruce Patterson, the chief technologist in Ammon, Idaho (a suburb of Idaho Falls), where he discussed the innovative open access network that is common online in this city of 13,000.

He and Jeff Christensen, President of Entry Point Networks, spoke about how software-defined networks, and open access networks, are the next step in our broadband evolution. And Chris Mitchell of the Institute for Local Self Reliance (Community Networks) spoke about an upcoming video — to be released this week — that features what’s happening in Ammon, Idaho.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIiFXelfPO4

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