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Triangle To Expand Internet Service In Havre, Montana

Triangle provides services including broadband internet, local, long distance, and mobile telephone service to Montana residents.

Elon Musk shows us the 60 satellites that will one day help power a better internet

On Saturday, Elon Musk tweeted out a photo of 60 satellites loaded into the fairing, or nose cone, of his company’s Falcon rocket.

Emmett, Idaho adds to community fiber optic network

Now in its third year of installing fiber optic cabling, the city of less than 10,000 continues to serve as a model to others. Funding comes from a combination of city funds and grants, Knittel...

Gov. Bullock vetoes bill creating tax abatement for new high-speed broadband

Bullock said Wednesday that most of the tax abatements would go to “large, multistate corporations deploying fiber-optic and coaxial cable in cities.”

Portland Is Again Blazing Trails for Open Internet Access

A rule guaranteeing net neutrality–which would cover only how network providers treat content going over their lines–won’t solve the larger, structural issues of noncompetitive, high-priced access.

The U.S. Government Shouldn’t Run the Country’s 5G Network

A single private company, not one of the existing carriers, would have the job of building and operating it under government supervision.

The Promise and Pitfalls of 5G: Will It Kill Cable?

The technology offers “potentially gigabyte speeds over wireless, fast enough that for the first time wireless could be a competitive alternative for wired systems — like cable- and phone-based and fiber-based systems — for basic...

Rural Broadband Co-ops Create Opportunity for Next Level of Telehealth

Telehealth means a lot more than just video conferencing between doctor and patient. Making the medical technology work means the ability to move data – lots and lots of data.

Montana businesses depend on high-speed broadband

This problem isn’t confined to rural communities.

Why Did Arkansas Change Its Mind on Municipal Broadband?

Eight years after banning cities and towns from building high-speed internet networks, state lawmakers unanimously reversed course. Will more red states follow?

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