Some states, including Illinois, are looking at passing statewide bills that will give AT&T
the ability to have one statewide franchise in order to put in Project Lightspeed or U-verse without having to negotiate with each municipality.
I think that is great. Pass HB 1500 in Illinois. Have a statewide franchise. But in exchan......Full article >>>
omic development? Upgrading network infrastructures should be a prime concern of all municipalities in the Midwest, yet most are not seeing it as important to their viability and only a few are past the talking stages if they have any concern at all.
How many residents out there can claim they can get a 30Mbps package today to their house? U-Verse (Project Lightspeed) has not even claime......Full article >>>
dex.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=50&Itemid=82">Graham Richard, the mayor of Fort Wayne, their 2000 initiative, Wired and Inspired that started all of this has paid off in securing people's jobs and even creating more jobs.
The Verizon investment was over $100 million, but they connected 128,000 homes and businesses. By doing that, they also created a solid network infrastructu......Full article >>>
get Lightspeed in their neighborhood. That will not be a given, either.
Compare that to the resident on the network in Fort Wayne today, the second largest city in Indiana with a population of around 252,000 people. It's already in place and you can get 50Mbps. TODAY.
Listen. Can you hear the property values crashing in Naperville? I can. Hear that sucking sound? That's the good......Full article >>>
fference is that the growth in population and commerce could happen in 15 to 18 years and not 35 years this time. How long will it be before Fort Wayne surpasses St. Louis?
CARLINI-ISM: Municipalities should look at their network infrastructure as the foundation to build commerce. Without a solid one in place, there is not much to build on.
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