Broadband

FCC's long-awaited broadband maps are here

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The Federal Communications Commission launched its new, more-accurate broadband maps, but they're still missing data.

FCC to release new broadband maps, teeing up BEAD grants

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The new maps are based on geocoded data, replacing a set of maps criticized for allowing ISPs to vastly overstate their coverage areas.

Improving security postures across New York's agencies

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CTO Rajiv Rao discusses how the state has benefited from greater connectivity and service delivery due to network modernization.

Alabama voters back local broadband spending amendment

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An amendment to a new state constitution will allow Alabama's local governments to use American Rescue Plan funds to attract broadband providers.

Nevada advances on broadband expansion, despite state law

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Nevada will soon distribute its biggest-ever investment in broadband infrastructure, despite state laws restricting local involvement.

Maryland to buy laptops for 150,000 households

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Maryland is spending $30 million to bring laptops to low-income households as part of its effort to close the digital divide.

Commerce Department's tribal broadband grants top $1 billion

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The NTIA has now awarded more than $1 billion since August to expand high-speed internet access on tribal lands.

Pennsylvania embracing a geo-diverse network core

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CTO Jason Hebbe on the benefits of having geo-diverse redundancy in the state’s core network capabilities.

Expanding network capabilities in Georgia

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Georgia CTO Dmitry Kagansky on the state's emphasis on pushing broadband throughout and improving coverage with new technologies.

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