With access to critical broadband services, you can ensure the socio-economic future of your community.
Broadband is a key decision factor for startups and companies that are relocating.
Broadband helps to create additional, high-paying job opportunities in the community.
To build a thriving community that can remain economically viable long into the future, you need reliable broadband. Start by addressing your top concerns with our whitepaper “Just the Facts: Getting Started with Broadband” covering network infrastructure, cost, and why Fiber-to-the-Home is the best long-term technology investment.
Need help getting your community on board? Browse our Community Kit with valuable resources to educate your community on the advantages of fiber and keep them updated on new developments in the process.
The local utility has been turning up subscribers rapidly and cost effectively with the AXOS Intelligent Access EDGE solution. IMU Fiber is leveraging the E7-2 Intelligent Modular System and Services Management Connector (SMx) to dramatically simplify their network operations. With AXOS and its ability to support an everyPON strategy, IMU Fiber has a clear upgrade path to 10G PON as network demand continues to grow.
Click the interactive map below to learn more about how your peers are deploying broadband services.
SandyNet has built up a 60 percent take rate in Sandy, Oregon by delivering world-class broadband services via Calix Compass software and GigaCenters.
Backed by a dedicated community and local institute for economic development, O-NET in Olds, Alberta has brought to the community of Olds a state-of-the-art, all fiber network.
|The City of Beverly Hills is creating the network of the future using Calix AXOS.|
By building from its internal fiber network, Bristol Virginia Utilities (BVU) has expanded its fiber footprint to the entire community and established itself as the area's top broadband provider.
As one of the first open access municipal broadband networks in the United States, Danville, Virginia shares how their network has grown from connecting municipal buildings to a FTTH deployment with multiple service providers.
Concord Municipal Light Plant built a fiber optic network with the primary purpose of enhancing their electric utility Smart Grid applications but has also found innovative ways of further leveraging and monetizing this network investment.
Municipal broadband leader Cedar Falls Utilities talks subscriber management with the Calix AXOS E9-2 Intelligent Edge System.
You’ve conducted a feasibility study. Now its time to look at funding options available for your municipal network.
See how other municipalities are navigating the decision to build their networks.
Watch City of Beverly Hill's ConneXions keynote and learn how they reached their vision of offering a better, faster, and cheaper triple play service.
Smart Cities are the cities of tomorrow, a city in which devices, services, and citizens are all connected together. Putting a fiber network in place allows cities to use that infrastructure to support Smart City and Smart Grid applications, which enhance the lifestyle of your residents and allow for additional ways to leverage your fiber network.