COS Systems, the developers of the demand aggregation platform COS Service Zones is adding yet another market to the list as they now expand into Canada.
City leaders in Anacortes, Washington identified an opportunity to bring community-owned high-speed broadband access to their city. To understand the interest and support from their residents for building a community owned network, they turned to NoaNet for support
Recently computed PUD 3 customer surveys showed that slow speeds, high costs, or unavailable service were frustrating shortcomings for those who live in the more rural areas of Mason County
We've been in this industry for a long time and we've evolved from offering dial-up services, copper based services, point-to-point wireless and are now thrilled to join the fiber revolution" says South Valley Internet President & COO Elise Brentnall.
With COS Service Zones you want to engage with the local Champions, grassroots who are willing to help you rally their neighbors to sign up for your services and get the word-of-mouth about the build-out going on Social Media etc.