Indiana

 

Fiber optic network connects state’s PBS, NPR stations (Fort Wayne Business Weekly) July 12, 2013

Indiana’s eight PBS television stations and nine NPR radio stations soon will have more flexibility in sharing content, especially real-time programming.

Plan for fiber optic network removed from water meter contract (Evansville Courier) June 11, 2013

A plan to construct a fiber optic ring as part of a new water meter system was officially removed Tuesday from the city of Evansville’s contract with Johnson Controls, Inc., in a 5-0 vote by the Water & Sewer Utility Board.

Zayo boosts Indianapolis 500 small cell network with fiber optic ring (Lightwave) May 17, 2013

Zayo Group reveals that it will deploy a dark fiber mobile backhaul infrastructure for a small cell wireless network at this year’s Indianapolis 500 in Indianapolis, IN. The fiber-optic network services provider already has installed a dark fiber ring for the track, which will improve wireless capacity and reliability during the race’s events. The fiber infrastructure will then remain in place to support mobile users.

Indiana Telehealth Network expands on strength of new fiber optic cabling (Cabling Installation and Maintenance) December 18, 2012

The Indiana Rural Health Association (IRHA) has announced a new participant in the Indiana Telehealth Network (ITN). St. Vincent Randolph Hospital, located in Winchester, Indiana, has chosen to partner with Indiana Fiber Network for their participation in the ITN.

Deal leaves Franklin nearly blanketed with fiber-optic cable(Daily Journal) December 11, 2012

High-speed Internet lines will run past every home and business in three Johnson County communities once a utility project is complete…

…Franklin is giving the company a break on its property taxes over the next two decades because of the size of the investment and the creation of a fiber-optic network that any home or small business could hook directly onto, Franklin Mayor Joe McGuinness said…

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