Category Archives: public wi-fi

Don’t miss getting the “whole picture” of where America’s broadband networks really stand

Recently published by the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, The Whole Picture: Where America’s Broadband Networks Really Stand, researchers Richard Bennet, Luke A. Stewart, and Robert D. Atkinson find that: Despite the frequent claims that the United States lags in international … Continue reading

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Kitsap PUD uses property taxing authority to fund broadband

According to Jim Boldt at Kitsap Connection  Q:  How are the KPUD wireless broadband technology pilot programs funded? A:  No Kitsap Public Utility District water utility funds are used in the PUD’s telecommunications operations.  Since 2000, KPUD has used a small property … Continue reading

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