Ask an Exec: How can a town make itself more attractive to a fiber ISP?
Stacy Reed • May 25, 2016if( has_post_thumbnail( $post_id ) ): ?>
Fiber infrastructure is the new major highway project, connecting smaller cities and towns to the world and leveling the playing field. Stands to reason, cities and towns across the US want it.
So, how does a town make itself more attractive to a fiber Internet provider like Ting or Google Fiber? Elliot Noss, CEO of Tucows, has a few ideas to share. For starters, towns need to know their municipal assets and access policies. Towns should also be coming to the discussion with the sense that crazy fast fiber Internet is a thing they need in order to keep pace; Ting doesn’t want to spend a lot of time convincing people that symmetrical gigabit Internet is important infrastructure.
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