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New Haven, West Hartford and Stamford to Announce Gigabit Network Initiative in Connecticut on Monday

Drew Clark

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HARTFORD, Conn., September 12, 2014 – A major initiative to bring Gigabit Networks throughout Connecticut is scheduled to be announced here on Monday by mayors or deputy mayors of New Haven, West Hartford, Stamford, along with state legislative and executive branch leaders.

The broadband infrastructure initiative will be announced at 2 p.m. on Monday. Blair Levin, executive director of the non-profit broadband efforts Gig.U, is scheduled to speak at the event along with mayors.

The leaders “will announce a joint initiative seeking to increase access to ultra-high-speed Gigabit networks in their cities and throughout Connecticut, while reducing the cost of such networks for businesses, high-tech industry, universities, and homeowners,” according to a Friday press release.

The complete list of those scheduled to participate include:

  • Senator Beth Bye
  • Connecticut Consumer Counsel Elin Katz
  • New Haven Mayor Toni Harp
  • Naiara Azpiri, Vice President, Veoci, New Haven
  • West Hartford Deputy Mayor Shari Cantor
  • Charles Ward, CIO, private investment firm, West Hartford
  • Stamford Mayor David R. Martin
  • Ted Yang, MediaCrossing, Inc., Stamford
  • Dr. Yu-Hui Rogers, Site Director, The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine, Farmington.
  • Comptroller Kevin Lembo
  • Blair Levin, Executive Director, Gig.U

Drew Clark is the Editor and Publisher of BroadbandBreakfast.com and a nationally-respected telecommunications attorney at The CommLaw Group. He has closely tracked the trends in and mechanics of digital infrastructure for 20 years, and has helped fiber-based and fixed wireless providers navigate coverage, identify markets, broker infrastructure, and operate in the public right of way. The articles and posts on Broadband Breakfast and affiliated social media, including the BroadbandCensus Twitter feed, are not legal advice or legal services, do not constitute the creation of an attorney-client privilege, and represent the views of their respective authors.

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In San Juan, Utah, a Snapshot of a School District’s Struggle to Bring Broadband Home

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Tim White

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HARTFORD, Conn., September 12, 2014 – A major initiative to bring Gigabit Networks throughout Connecticut is scheduled to be announced here on Monday by mayors or deputy mayors of New Haven, West Hartford, Stamford, along with state legislative and executive branch leaders.

The broadband infrastructure initiative will be announced at 2 p.m. on Monday. Blair Levin, executive director of the non-profit broadband efforts Gig.U, is scheduled to speak at the event along with mayors.

The leaders “will announce a joint initiative seeking to increase access to ultra-high-speed Gigabit networks in their cities and throughout Connecticut, while reducing the cost of such networks for businesses, high-tech industry, universities, and homeowners,” according to a Friday press release.

The complete list of those scheduled to participate include:

  • Senator Beth Bye
  • Connecticut Consumer Counsel Elin Katz
  • New Haven Mayor Toni Harp
  • Naiara Azpiri, Vice President, Veoci, New Haven
  • West Hartford Deputy Mayor Shari Cantor
  • Charles Ward, CIO, private investment firm, West Hartford
  • Stamford Mayor David R. Martin
  • Ted Yang, MediaCrossing, Inc., Stamford
  • Dr. Yu-Hui Rogers, Site Director, The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine, Farmington.
  • Comptroller Kevin Lembo
  • Blair Levin, Executive Director, Gig.U

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Treasury Announces Summer Deadline For Coronavirus Capital Projects Fund

$10 billion dollars are being made available to communities in need to better connect their communities.

Benjamin Kahn

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Photo of Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen

HARTFORD, Conn., September 12, 2014 – A major initiative to bring Gigabit Networks throughout Connecticut is scheduled to be announced here on Monday by mayors or deputy mayors of New Haven, West Hartford, Stamford, along with state legislative and executive branch leaders.

The broadband infrastructure initiative will be announced at 2 p.m. on Monday. Blair Levin, executive director of the non-profit broadband efforts Gig.U, is scheduled to speak at the event along with mayors.

The leaders “will announce a joint initiative seeking to increase access to ultra-high-speed Gigabit networks in their cities and throughout Connecticut, while reducing the cost of such networks for businesses, high-tech industry, universities, and homeowners,” according to a Friday press release.

The complete list of those scheduled to participate include:

  • Senator Beth Bye
  • Connecticut Consumer Counsel Elin Katz
  • New Haven Mayor Toni Harp
  • Naiara Azpiri, Vice President, Veoci, New Haven
  • West Hartford Deputy Mayor Shari Cantor
  • Charles Ward, CIO, private investment firm, West Hartford
  • Stamford Mayor David R. Martin
  • Ted Yang, MediaCrossing, Inc., Stamford
  • Dr. Yu-Hui Rogers, Site Director, The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine, Farmington.
  • Comptroller Kevin Lembo
  • Blair Levin, Executive Director, Gig.U

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Open Access Networks Key To Affordability Question, House Committee Hears

The House Energy and Commerce committee heard arguments that open access to networks is crucial for competition and affordability.

Benjamin Kahn

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Screenshot of Francella Ochillo from House hearing

HARTFORD, Conn., September 12, 2014 – A major initiative to bring Gigabit Networks throughout Connecticut is scheduled to be announced here on Monday by mayors or deputy mayors of New Haven, West Hartford, Stamford, along with state legislative and executive branch leaders.

The broadband infrastructure initiative will be announced at 2 p.m. on Monday. Blair Levin, executive director of the non-profit broadband efforts Gig.U, is scheduled to speak at the event along with mayors.

The leaders “will announce a joint initiative seeking to increase access to ultra-high-speed Gigabit networks in their cities and throughout Connecticut, while reducing the cost of such networks for businesses, high-tech industry, universities, and homeowners,” according to a Friday press release.

The complete list of those scheduled to participate include:

  • Senator Beth Bye
  • Connecticut Consumer Counsel Elin Katz
  • New Haven Mayor Toni Harp
  • Naiara Azpiri, Vice President, Veoci, New Haven
  • West Hartford Deputy Mayor Shari Cantor
  • Charles Ward, CIO, private investment firm, West Hartford
  • Stamford Mayor David R. Martin
  • Ted Yang, MediaCrossing, Inc., Stamford
  • Dr. Yu-Hui Rogers, Site Director, The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine, Farmington.
  • Comptroller Kevin Lembo
  • Blair Levin, Executive Director, Gig.U

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