Next Generation Broadband in Montana

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Missoula council OKs $13K for ‘extreme broadband’ Internet study

"We felt like the time is now to bring on a consultant and really get a professional assessment on what we have, what the demand is and what the potential partnerships are."

Bandwidth Muscle: The Machine For 21st Century Economic Growth!, 5/21, Kalispell, Montana

This collaboration also enhances the future prospects for beneficial economic development in the Flathead.

Community Initiatives Helping Overcome Persistent Digital Divide

While corporate investment in national broadband infrastructure has increased the quality of service for affluent urban populations over the past decade, the expansion of service to disadvantaged communities has been left to the public sector. Local communities across the country are using new, innovative approaches to address the issue.

Missoula Receives Extreme Broadband Feasibility Study Grant: Input Needed

Council members need to hear from you about why your business needs extreme broadband.

Google Fiber Spurs Telcos to Action, but Monopoly Fears Linger

The reactions of established service providers are proving the company’s point–that there’s not enough competition in the telecommunications industry.

Kansas City’s Gigabit Internet Experiment Starts To Take Shape

"The whole point of the program is to lure businesses here that would never have otherwise considered Kansas City," Barreth said. "And it’s a way that I’m hoping to put Kansas City on the map and really help people move here to exploit Google Fiber."

Who needs Google? There’s now a Tera-POP in rural northwest Montana.

The project, called Montana West, utilizes the "Broadband Technology Opportunity Program" to build fiber optic cable from Polson south along Highway 93 into Missoula to the major data communications facility in Western Montana, the iConnect Montana "fiber hotel" at Higgins and Broadway.

PSC Asking Montanans To Complete Broadband Survey

Commissioners said they have a responsibility to provide direction for future broadband projects in the state and said the PSC survey is an opportunity for all Montanans to weigh in.

Provo, Utah to become nation’s third Google Fiber high-speed city

Residents of Provo will soon be among the most technologically connected people in the country with a chance for free Internet service at the fastest speeds in the country.

Who Should Control Broadband?

The question of who will install fiber-optic networks and who will control them is key because it could impact decades of economic growth. Telecom giants like AT&T think they should be the only player.