Broadband Communities

AUG-SEP 2014

BROADBAND COMMUNITIES is the leading source of information on digital and broadband technologies for buildings and communities. Our editorial aims to accelerate the deployment of Fiber-To-The-Home and Fiber-To-The-Premises.

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22 | BROADBAND COMMUNITIES | www.broadbandcommunities.com | AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2014 COMMUNITY BROADBAND NETWORK DEPLOYER COMMUNIT Y(IES) STATE(S) PUBLIC- PRIVATE OR MUNI DATE PROJECT STARTED VENDORS (FTTH Electronics) TECHNOLOGY SERVICES MARKETS SERVED BY FIBER (all premises unless otherwise noted) SERVICE PROVIDER (if other than network owner) OPERATOR (if other than network owner) Taunton Municipal Lighting Plant Taunton MA MUNI 2001 Calix, Enablence EPON Data Town of Jupiter Jupiter FL MUNI 2014 Carrier Ethernet Multiple Town of Rockport/ GWI Rockport ME PUBLIC- PRIVATE 2014 Mainly businesses GWI GWI Tullahoma Utilities Board Tullahoma TN MUNI 2007 Enablence GPON Data, Video, Voice UC2B (Urbana- Champaign Big Broadband) Urbana- Champaign IL PUBLIC- PRIVATE 2010 ADTRAN Active Ethernet Data, Video, Voice iTV-3 iTV-3 UTOPIA Consortium of 16 cities UT MUNI 2004 Alcatel-Lucent, Allied Telesis Active Ethernet Data, Video, Voice Multiple Williamstown Cable & Broadband Williamstown (serves Corinth and parts of Grant and Owen Counties) KY MUNI 2010 Data, Video, Voice Fiber outside Williamstown only Windomnet (Win- dom Telecom- munications) Windom MN MUNI 2004 Calix GPON Data, Video, Voice Wired Road (Blue Ridge Crossroads Economic Development Authority) Carroll & Grayson counties, city of Galax VA MUNI 2009 Data Multiple WideOpen Networks Zing (St. Joe Valley Metronet) South Bend, Mishawaka, St. Joseph County IN PUBLIC- PRIVATE 2005 Business Services, Data, Security, Videoconfer- encing, Voice Businesses, MDUs Multiple Dozens of local governments are now exploring ways to obtain better broadband services for their communities. Some may deploy community networks, others may develop partnerships with private sector companies and still others will encourage private companies to build next-generation networks for their residents.

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