Posts Tagged ‘municipal broadband’

Drew Clark Quoted in Communications Daily on Municipal Broadband and Wired West

Universal Service May 20th, 2015

In a story from Communications Daily about the progress of WiredWest, the Massachusetts-based municipal broadband effort, reporter Samantha Madison quotes me as follows. Drew Clark, of counsel to Kirton McConkie, said this is an exciting time because it’s a great implementation of the next phase of what the broadband stimulus efforts were about. States are making […]

Opelika Votes to Create Municipal Network

States August 11th, 2010

WASHINGTON August 11, 2010- The Alabama town of Opelika has decided to set up its own cable television and internet network.

Chattanooga to Get 150 Mbps Fiber Network

Fiber, Smart Grid, States June 4th, 2010

WASHINGTON, June 4, 2010 – Chattanooga, Tennessee will now have the fastest home broadband speeds in the nation through a municipal fiber optic network. The network is maintained through a subsidiary, EPB Fiber Optics, of the city’s municipal electric provider EPB. The network boasts speeds of up to 150Mbps symmetrical, in comparison the fastest Verizon Fios is offering is 50Mbp down and 20Mbps up. This new high speed access is quite expensive for users, the 100Mbps plan is $349; pricing for the new 150 plan not announced yet.

Municipal Networks Offer Reachable Challenge of Serving the Unserved

Universal Service March 30th, 2009

SILVER SPRING, Md., March 30, 2009 – The morning session of the Freedom to Connect conference here probed the status and conditions of broadband quality and access in municipal America.

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