SPOTLIGHT: Somewhere, angels are singing

Provo's city council may be happy to be out from under the lead balloon it floated in the form of its wholesale FTTH network it tried to keep aloft for the past several months, despite lack of subscribers and a general lack of interest among Provoans. But not everyone's happy with the way the city decided building a telecom network was a little beyond their expertise level.
The sale to Broadweave Communications has brought an array of responses from relief--one council member said, "the gray clouds have parted and the angels are singing"--to anger.  See the Telecomm Magazine story for more

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