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Rhode Island Community Considering Fiber-Optic Open Access Network 

Broadband Breakfast Staff

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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

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Squeezing Capacity From Copper Networks While Undertaking a Transition to Fiber Broadband

Jericho Casper

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Photo of Chip Spann of Connected Nation Michigan

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

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At Launch of #BroadbandLive Series on ‘Tools for Broadband Deployment’, Panelists Tout Symmetrical Fiber

Liana Sowa

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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

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Google’s John Burchett Explains New Approach to Fiber-Building in West Des Moines

Liana Sowa

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Photo of Google' Fiber's John Burchett courtesy Broadband 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

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