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Editor's Note: MDU Issue: The Highlights

Nearly a quarter of U.S. housing is now in multiple-dwelling-unit (MDU) properties. These communities serve some of the most demanding broadband users. They also provide profitable opportunities for selling broadband services.

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Bandwidth Hawk: Broadband Have-Nots Beware

The FCC stacks the deck against broadband in rural and poor urban districts.

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Make the Decision to Be Flexible

A provider that sells broadband services to multifamily communities must be able to tailor its sales and marketing strategy depending on who makes decisions for
the community.

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The Internet of Things Is Here

Property owners should secure their buildings’ smart technology.

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Consumers Seek TV Alternatives, Part 2: Can Cable Compete With Tech Giants?

Cable providers need better ways to appeal to viewers who have new viewing habits – and better ways to measure viewer engagement.

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Working@Home: 407 Orange St., Oakland, California

As Silicon Valley culture spills over into the East Bay, broadband is becoming a hot-button issue in Oakland, California. Condo owners at 407 Orange made their building competitive in this tech-savvy environment with the help of AT&T Fiber. Thanks to Shauna Serdahl of Associa, Justin Hess of AT&T and Stan Cardoza of the 407 Orange Street Homeowners Association for gathering the information for this profile.

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MDUs Are Back! What Does That Mean for Broadband?

Construction of multiple-dwelling-unit (MDU) housing is booming, but owners and broadband providers need to read the fine print.

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Walsh: A New Community Built Around Fiber

A master-planned community in Fort Worth aims to be a center of innovation.

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A Passive Optical LAN For Amtrak Headquarters

Amtrak chose a passive optical LAN as a simple, green, long-term solution for enterprise bandwidth and wireless connectivity.

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The Art of the Comeback

How a multifamily service provider rebuilt its operation and reputation

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Is It Time to Renovate?

Property owners and managers need to know when to upgrade their broadband infrastructure.

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Best Practices for Installing Fiber in Buildings

Operators have several choices in installing fiber to an apartment or office unit. The right answer depends on building construction and other considerations.

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Order Versus Chaos In Student Housing

In dense housing, resident-owned wireless routers play havoc with internet quality. Sometimes a gentle reminder to turn off these routers isn’t enough.

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Smart Cities and Broadband

Lessons from the Smart Cities Connect Conference / US Ignite Applications Summit

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Fiber, Multifamily Housing And the Economy

All new multifamily buildings should include fiber. It adds value and ensures residents the fast, reliable broadband they demand.

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