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Editor's Note: Communities Come to the Broadband Starting Line

Cities prioritize broadband to drive economic development by attracting and retaining businesses and residents.

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Bandwidth Hawk: USDA ReConnect 4: Tips, Tricks, and What You Have to Know

For loan and grant applicants, the USDA Rural Utilities Service has made it as easy as possible to reuse material from previous, unsuccessful applications.

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Prime Opportunity to Add Value

Just as Amazon increased the value of Prime membership with a host of added benefits, so too should bulk service providers increase their offerings.

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Multifamily Supply vs. Demand in an Inflationary World

Increased costs are impacting multifamily construction and operations as apartment demand stays strong.

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Fiber’s Positive Impacts on Communities Run Deep

Fiber-based broadband improves lives, creates jobs, improves health care and education and helps communities grow and thrive as part of the digital economy.

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Stoneridge Apartments: Promoting Digital Equity by Providing Free Internet to Low-Income Residents

Stoneridge Apartments in a suburb of Austin, Texas, is leveling the broadband playing field for low-income residents by offering free Wi-Fi service courtesy of PCs for People. Broadband Communities thanks Brittany Hustad, senior project manager, Dominium; Maria Christinia, community manager, Stoneridge Apartments; Tom Esselman, executive director, PCs for People Kansas City; Jim Crammond, president, MoCA; and Andreas Bergman, head of sales and channel account management, InCoax Networks AB for contributing information for this profile.

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Ellensburg, Washington, Taps Consolidated to Elevate Its Broadband Status

Consolidated Communications has entered a public-private partnership to transition the city’s copper-based DSL residential and business customers to a new, fiber-based network.

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Pharr, Texas, Takes DIY Approach to Build Gigabit Fiber

A South Texas border town is building a citywide fiber network to enhance educational opportunities and attract business customers.

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Albuquerque Finds Fiber Fit With Vexus Fiber

The growing New Mexico city employs Vexus Fiber to build a communitywide fiber broadband network to support residential broadband and business and smart-city applications.

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Labor: The Underlying Problem in Fiber Deployment and How to Solve It

Manufacturers and service providers are pursuing product solutions that require less skilled labor and reduce the overall time of deployment with craft-friendly designs.

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Starlink Evolves as a DIY Broadband Model

Small communities can leverage buying power and expertise to acquire Starlink satellite services to distribute broadband cost-effectively.

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Is Fixed Wireless Access the Netflix of Broadband Internet?

Fixed wireless access is gaining momentum as an alternative for wireline broadband and disruptive mobile market innovation.

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Creating a DOCSIS-to-PON Migration Strategy Is Critical in the Era of Overbuilders

Service providers have an opportunity to leverage existing DOCSIS infrastructure to deliver services and simultaneously migrate subscribers, as needed, to PON with minimal capital.

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Making the Most of Existing Fiber Networks

DWDM and grey optics show promise to help service providers increase the capacity of existing optical fiber.

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SXSW EDU Highlights Important Trends Driving Home Broadband

Parent portals, out-of-classroom resources, eSports and user-created content were hot topics at this year’s conference.

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