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Rural Broadband Opportunity: Leveraging Utilities’ New Private Wireless Communications Infrastructure

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Marketing Associate, Anterix

Marketing Associate at Anterix. Anterix delivers game-changing connectivity for critical infrastructure, including next-generation communications platforms to support utilities’ grid...

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In many rural parts of the country, deploying broadband Internet service presents substantial challenges. As utilities implement new private wireless communications networks for grid control systems using licensed spectrum, certain assets and infrastructure could be shared or incrementally augmented to cost-effectively support the provision of wired or wireless broadband Internet service to consumers in the utility’s service area.

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