Connect with us

Broadband News

Rhode Island Community Considering Fiber-Optic Open Access Network 

Broadband Breakfast Staff

Published

on

BROADBAND BREAKFAST INSIGHT: Open access networks, such as those proposed by SiFi Networks, are important because they allow for the next generation applications and services. This story updates how a Rhode Island community is considering the company for its fiber network.

Economic Development Commission keeps SIFI high-speed Internet idea alive

WESTERLY — The Economic Development Commission is studying a high-speed internet proposal that was previously abandoned by the Town Council.

The commission interviewed a representative of SIFI Networks by telephone during its monthly meeting on April 12. The company was the lone respondent to a request, issued by Town Manager Derrik M. Kennedy in January 2016, for proposals from companies interested in building a municipal fiber-optic system. At the time, Kennedy was looking for a company willing to build a high-speed fiber to the premise system.

The EDC has had SIFI on its agenda for months.

[more…]

Source: Economic Development Commission keeps SIFI high-speed Internet idea alive | The Westerly Sun

Broadband Roundup

Investment for Lit Communities’ Fiber Networks, Clubhouse Hack, Senate Broadband Letter, WISPA

Samuel Triginelli

Published

on

Photo of CEO Brian Snider from Lit Communities

BROADBAND BREAKFAST INSIGHT: Open access networks, such as those proposed by SiFi Networks, are important because they allow for the next generation applications and services. This story updates how a Rhode Island community is considering the company for its fiber network.

Economic Development Commission keeps SIFI high-speed Internet idea alive

WESTERLY — The Economic Development Commission is studying a high-speed internet proposal that was previously abandoned by the Town Council.

The commission interviewed a representative of SIFI Networks by telephone during its monthly meeting on April 12. The company was the lone respondent to a request, issued by Town Manager Derrik M. Kennedy in January 2016, for proposals from companies interested in building a municipal fiber-optic system. At the time, Kennedy was looking for a company willing to build a high-speed fiber to the premise system.

The EDC has had SIFI on its agenda for months.

[more…]

Source: Economic Development Commission keeps SIFI high-speed Internet idea alive | The Westerly Sun

Continue Reading

Broadband Roundup

More Emergency Broadband Funding for Homes, Pandemic and Privacy, Facebook and Australian News

Benjamin Kahn

Published

on

Photo of Stuart Brotman by Paul Morigi from December 2016 used with permission

BROADBAND BREAKFAST INSIGHT: Open access networks, such as those proposed by SiFi Networks, are important because they allow for the next generation applications and services. This story updates how a Rhode Island community is considering the company for its fiber network.

Economic Development Commission keeps SIFI high-speed Internet idea alive

WESTERLY — The Economic Development Commission is studying a high-speed internet proposal that was previously abandoned by the Town Council.

The commission interviewed a representative of SIFI Networks by telephone during its monthly meeting on April 12. The company was the lone respondent to a request, issued by Town Manager Derrik M. Kennedy in January 2016, for proposals from companies interested in building a municipal fiber-optic system. At the time, Kennedy was looking for a company willing to build a high-speed fiber to the premise system.

The EDC has had SIFI on its agenda for months.

[more…]

Source: Economic Development Commission keeps SIFI high-speed Internet idea alive | The Westerly Sun

Continue Reading

Broadband Roundup

Rural Broadband Bill, Semiconductor Letter to White House, FCC March Meeting Agenda

Tim White

Published

on

Photo of Sen. Susan Collins from October 2018 by Gage Skidmore used with permission

BROADBAND BREAKFAST INSIGHT: Open access networks, such as those proposed by SiFi Networks, are important because they allow for the next generation applications and services. This story updates how a Rhode Island community is considering the company for its fiber network.

Economic Development Commission keeps SIFI high-speed Internet idea alive

WESTERLY — The Economic Development Commission is studying a high-speed internet proposal that was previously abandoned by the Town Council.

The commission interviewed a representative of SIFI Networks by telephone during its monthly meeting on April 12. The company was the lone respondent to a request, issued by Town Manager Derrik M. Kennedy in January 2016, for proposals from companies interested in building a municipal fiber-optic system. At the time, Kennedy was looking for a company willing to build a high-speed fiber to the premise system.

The EDC has had SIFI on its agenda for months.

[more…]

Source: Economic Development Commission keeps SIFI high-speed Internet idea alive | The Westerly Sun

Continue Reading

Recent

Signup for Broadband Breakfast

Get twice-weekly Breakfast Media news alerts.
* = required field

Trending