The FCC just announced a new group of projects through to the next round for its Rural Broadband Experiments.
The FTTH Council has always believed that communities need to be active participants in bringing fiber to the home to their residents.
On January 29th, the FCC issued its 2015 Broadband Progress Report stating that broadband deployment is failing to keep pace with today’s advanced, high-quality voice, data, graphics and video offerings.
Google Fiber just announced they will be offering service to Raleigh-Durham, Atlanta, Charlotte and Nashville.
The Co-Mo Electric Cooperative and Co-Mo Connect Board of Directors voted this week to move forward with the final two phases of the four-phase plan to bring Co-Mo Connect and its state of the art gigabit connection speeds to the entire service territory.