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MAY

11

An FTTP Public–Private Partnership in...

Tom Asp, Principal Engineer and Analyst Michael O'Halloran, Staff Analyst CTC Technology & Energy CTC congratulates the city of Salisbury, North Carolina, and Hotwire Communications on their successful negotiation of a lease of Salisbury’s fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) network, known as Fibrant. This agreement is yet another example of a public–private partnership offering a “win-win” approach to broadband in America. The final agreement enables the City to maintain ownership of the fiber assets, while Hotwire will assume operations and maintenance of the network. Like many municipal …

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MAY

03

Sublette County, WY, Releases Broadband RFI

Sublette County, Wyoming, has issued a Request for Information (RFI) to solicit ideas and informal proposals from private sector entities …

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APR

26

An FTTP Milestone in Alford, Massachusetts

Matthew DeHaven, Principal Engineer, CTC Technology & Energy Congratulations to the rural town of Alford, Massachusetts, on this week's ribbon cutting …

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APR

05

CTC Guide Details Best Practices for Government...

Andrew Afflerbach, PhD, P.E. CEO & Director of Engineering A high-profile “ransomware” cyberattack on Atlanta’s city network last month brought attention to …

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MAR

21

NCLM Publishes Paper Co-Written by CTC...

The North Carolina League of Municipalities today released a report jointly written by CTC’s president, Joanne Hovis, and NCLM’s legislative …

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Published:Friday, May 11, 2018