CTC Announces Four Municipal Fiber Study Contracts

  • CTC Technology & Energy
  • WiredWest
WASHINGTON — CTC Technology & Energy recently announced four municipal contracts to provide engineering and consulting services for upcoming fiber projects.

State of New York — New NY Broadband Program
CTC has been contracted to support the state of New York with the New NY Broadband Program. In January 2015, the state announced its $1 billion “Broadband for All” initiative, which aims to make high-speed broadband accessible to every New Yorker by the end of 2018. CTC will help the state to design and structure the program, in light of existing infrastructure, areas of need, and technology options.

City of Boston — Public Broadband Initiative
The city of Boston has awarded CTC a contract to support a significant public broadband initiative. The city is taking the next steps in its ongoing effort to upgrade broadband connectivity to Boston Public Schools facilities and public safety sites. CTC’s engineers will develop technical criteria for the City’s procurement of dark fiber, will assist in the evaluation of vendor proposals, and will be the City’s subject matter expert on dark fiber procurement and interconnection.

WiredWest (Western Massachusetts) — Financial Modeling
WiredWest, a municipal cooperative in western Massachusetts, has selected CTC to provide an independent review and evaluation of the WiredWest business and financial model for communities preparing for fiber-to-the-premises deployment.

City of Boulder — Broadband Feasibility Study
The city of Boulder, Colo., has selected CTC to conduct a broadband feasibility study which will be a key piece of the city’s development of a comprehensive community telecommunications strategy. This strategy is based on the city’s greater broadband vision and designed to utilize local telecommunications resources for the broader benefit of the community. CTC’s study will include recommendations enabling the city to realize its strategic goals of ubiquitous, open access, gigabit-class broadband for its citizens and local business.


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