Albuquerque is currently investing in a rapid transit system that will connect its innovation district with the University of New Mexico… oh, and all of the businesses along the Central Avenue corridor. The best part of this… they’re putting in fiber network that will connect the major hub networks and the rest of the city
Ammon, Idaho’s town motto, “small town, big life“, accurately describes the town outside of Idaho Falls in more ways than one. Established in 1905, Ammon has been “building a strong community with active families, thriving businesses, and cutting-edge technology”, making it one of the fastest-growing cities in Idaho. In order to sustain “big life” in a small town connectivity is key.
The city of Lancaster, Pennsylvania is teaming up with MAW Communications to install the city’s municipal broadband network. The agreement and network model will be the first of its kind in the state of Pennsylvania. For eighteen years MAW Communications has served educational institutions, local government and telecommunication carriers as a Pennsylvania Public Utility. The
This month, we’ve been reflecting on the importance of marketing for information dissemination, goal communication, and reputation building. In our final entry, we provide a few brief thoughts on innovative marketing strategies. Intelligent marketing is essential for information dissemination – getting work out there that you have a service to provide; goal communication – communicating
This month, we’re fighting off the D.C. heat with some cool commentary on the importance of marketing. Last week, we discussed why marketing is important for your broadband utility, and this week we’re going to take a look at a few experiences that broadband utilities have had with marketing. Next week, we’ll conclude with a
This month, we wrap up summer vacation and segue into fall with some discussion of the importance of marketing your public or community broadband services. Today, we discuss the benefits of marketing. Next week, we look at a few experiences from communities around the country. Finally, in our third entry, we posit a few new,
Every month, here at Utility LINE we profile the municipal and community broadband experiences in one state. In May we looked at Georgia, in June Maryland, and last month we saw the successes of county public utilities districts in Washington state. Now we turn our eyes toward the Rockies, and look at how local governments