rural broadband deployment

Connecting The Unconnected: How West Virginia Broadband Is Expanding

In rural states like West Virginia, broadband access is not yet available everywhere. To achieve 100% connectivity in remote areas, we must take collective action. That’s why governments and internet service providers (ISPs) continue to establish public-private partnerships that utilize federal, state, and local funding for broadband expansion across the country – producing a track record of success.
Issues: America's Wi-FiBroadband InfrastructureRural Broadband
father and daughter working on computers at home

The Affordable Connectivity Program: Why 15M+ American Households Have Signed Up

It’s been one year since the launch of the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) – a federal initiative that provides free or discounted high-speed broadband to qualifying households across the country. Closing the digital divide is a national priority. The Affordable Connectivity Program – and its partnership with internet service providers (ISPs) – plays an important part in enabling millions of Americans to access the broadband they need for work, school, healthcare, and more.
Issues: America's Wi-FiBroadband InfrastructureRural Broadband
smart home network

Powering Up Remote Work:
How To Extend Wi-Fi Range at Home

The unprecedented COVID pandemic turned a trend toward remote work into a flood – 58% of Americans now have the opportunity to work from home at least one day a week, and 35% can telework the full week. With this mass turn to remote employment, the question on many minds is a practical one: how to extend Wi-Fi range and ensure your entire home receives a strong internet connection?
Issues: America's Wi-Fi
connected city landscape

10G vs 5G: What’s the Difference?

10G vs 5G – you may have heard of these terms before. But while the names of these two technologies may be similar, they have two very different meanings. In fact, some may be surprised to learn that the “G” signifies something different in each. The G in the cellular industry’s 5G means “generation”, while the G in the cable industry’s 10G means “gigabit”. But, despite their differences, both 5G and 10G have the same objective – to provide seamless connectivity that is fast, reliable, and secure.  
Issues: America's Wi-FiBroadband InfrastructureRural Broadband