Connect with us

Broadband's Impact

Neighborly Takes Lead in Deploying New Business Models for Fiber Networks

Drew Clark

Published

on


BROADBAND BREAKFAST INSIGHT: New business models are coming for fiber to the home deployments across the U.S. On Tuesday, Medina County, Ohio, announced just such a model, together with Neighborly, a company that provides communities with access to capital for broadband projects. The fiber networks in the county is expected to cost $50 for 100 megabits per second (Mbps) symmetrical, $80 for 500 Mbps, and $150 for 1 Gbps.

High-speed fiber network gets set to open for home internet access, from The Gazette:

LAFAYETTE TWP. — Within five years, every home in Medina County will have access to a fiber network.

Neighborly’s Broadband Group announced Tuesday the launch of Medina County fiber during a press conference attended by almost 100 people at the Medina County University Center.

Neighborly, a venture-backed technology company that connects communities with capital for public infrastructure projects, is financing the network access.

Construction will begin this summer and residents in Phase I will have service in fall 2020. [Construction] takes about 18 months for installation. The rest of the county will be up and running within five years, organizers say.

[more…]

Source: High-speed fiber network gets set to open for home internet access – Medina Gazette

(Mayor Carol Carter of Seville, Ohio, on April 2, 2019 during a press conference at the Medina County University Center in Lafayette Township. Photo by Bob Finnan of The Gazette.)

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.

Education

Surveying Broadband Issues Faced by Students Under COVID-19, CoSN Offers Its Recommendations

The speed of the broadband service used was only one component of the issues students faced.

Benjamin Kahn

Published

on

Photo of Keith Krueger, CEO of the Consortium of School Networking, from Millennium Sustainable Education


BROADBAND BREAKFAST INSIGHT: New business models are coming for fiber to the home deployments across the U.S. On Tuesday, Medina County, Ohio, announced just such a model, together with Neighborly, a company that provides communities with access to capital for broadband projects. The fiber networks in the county is expected to cost $50 for 100 megabits per second (Mbps) symmetrical, $80 for 500 Mbps, and $150 for 1 Gbps.

High-speed fiber network gets set to open for home internet access, from The Gazette:

LAFAYETTE TWP. — Within five years, every home in Medina County will have access to a fiber network.

Neighborly’s Broadband Group announced Tuesday the launch of Medina County fiber during a press conference attended by almost 100 people at the Medina County University Center.

Neighborly, a venture-backed technology company that connects communities with capital for public infrastructure projects, is financing the network access.

Construction will begin this summer and residents in Phase I will have service in fall 2020. [Construction] takes about 18 months for installation. The rest of the county will be up and running within five years, organizers say.

[more…]

Source: High-speed fiber network gets set to open for home internet access – Medina Gazette

(Mayor Carol Carter of Seville, Ohio, on April 2, 2019 during a press conference at the Medina County University Center in Lafayette Township. Photo by Bob Finnan of The Gazette.)

Continue Reading

Education

FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel Unveils Proposed Rules for Emergency Connectivity Fund

Acting FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel on Friday released rules for the Emergency Connectivity Fund, answering many questions about the program.

Benjamin Kahn

Published

on

Photo of Jessica Rosenworcel from the FCC


BROADBAND BREAKFAST INSIGHT: New business models are coming for fiber to the home deployments across the U.S. On Tuesday, Medina County, Ohio, announced just such a model, together with Neighborly, a company that provides communities with access to capital for broadband projects. The fiber networks in the county is expected to cost $50 for 100 megabits per second (Mbps) symmetrical, $80 for 500 Mbps, and $150 for 1 Gbps.

High-speed fiber network gets set to open for home internet access, from The Gazette:

LAFAYETTE TWP. — Within five years, every home in Medina County will have access to a fiber network.

Neighborly’s Broadband Group announced Tuesday the launch of Medina County fiber during a press conference attended by almost 100 people at the Medina County University Center.

Neighborly, a venture-backed technology company that connects communities with capital for public infrastructure projects, is financing the network access.

Construction will begin this summer and residents in Phase I will have service in fall 2020. [Construction] takes about 18 months for installation. The rest of the county will be up and running within five years, organizers say.

[more…]

Source: High-speed fiber network gets set to open for home internet access – Medina Gazette

(Mayor Carol Carter of Seville, Ohio, on April 2, 2019 during a press conference at the Medina County University Center in Lafayette Township. Photo by Bob Finnan of The Gazette.)

Continue Reading

Broadband's Impact

FCC Fines Company $4.1 Million for Slamming and Cramming Consumer Phone Lines

The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday fined Tele Circuit Network Corporation for switching consumers’ service providers.

Benjamin Kahn

Published

on

Photo of Geoffrey Starks by Amelia Holowaty Krales of the Verge


BROADBAND BREAKFAST INSIGHT: New business models are coming for fiber to the home deployments across the U.S. On Tuesday, Medina County, Ohio, announced just such a model, together with Neighborly, a company that provides communities with access to capital for broadband projects. The fiber networks in the county is expected to cost $50 for 100 megabits per second (Mbps) symmetrical, $80 for 500 Mbps, and $150 for 1 Gbps.

High-speed fiber network gets set to open for home internet access, from The Gazette:

LAFAYETTE TWP. — Within five years, every home in Medina County will have access to a fiber network.

Neighborly’s Broadband Group announced Tuesday the launch of Medina County fiber during a press conference attended by almost 100 people at the Medina County University Center.

Neighborly, a venture-backed technology company that connects communities with capital for public infrastructure projects, is financing the network access.

Construction will begin this summer and residents in Phase I will have service in fall 2020. [Construction] takes about 18 months for installation. The rest of the county will be up and running within five years, organizers say.

[more…]

Source: High-speed fiber network gets set to open for home internet access – Medina Gazette

(Mayor Carol Carter of Seville, Ohio, on April 2, 2019 during a press conference at the Medina County University Center in Lafayette Township. Photo by Bob Finnan of The Gazette.)

Continue Reading

Recent

Signup for Broadband Breakfast

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

Trending