Keyword: Electric Power Board (EPB)
Yomura, a wholesale fiber services provider for Europe and North America, sees an opportunity to help struggling U.S. municipal broadband providers.
As FTTH providers look to enhance their subscriber counts, the way they price service is a key determining factor.
Chattanooga, Tennessee’s Electric Power Board (EPB) has become a high-profile voice in the innovative yet controversial municipal broadband movement.
A new Pennsylvania Law study reveals that municipally owned fiber networks rarely produce a favorable return on investment.
Are Tennessee's and Virginia's proposals a step forward or just another way to protect incumbent telco and cable companies' hold on the broadband market?
Chattanooga, Tennessee's love of Gbps services has made the city a new hotbed of innovation.
EPB is confident that growing demand for higher speed broadband could drive a change to existing laws that limit its reach.
Comcast and EPB’s gigabit service competition is giving Chattanooga's residential and businesses customers more broadband choice.
EPB says that it continues to find ways to improve its FTTH service installation process.