Broadband in America: Vermont & Lousiana

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Glenn Fleishman says that the city of Brandon in Vermont is planning to build a village-wide Wi-Fi. City will put up the antennas, and a local company with fiber will be the wholesale ISP. TelJet has its own fiber across 18 Vermont towns, and will attempt to do this in other locations as well.

Muniwireless says two rural communities in Louisiana – Ruston and Gramblin – will be getting wireless broadband service in June 2005, which will be powered by Invisi-Wire Broadband Networks, a private network operator. Invisi-Wire, claims that their system uses “multi-radio, multi-frequency, and multi-channel transceivers strategically located to blanket its sixty square miles.”

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