Cox Gigablast Internet Install

I recently had the new Cox Gigablast (Gigabit) Internet installed. In this post I will explain the Gigablast install and review the performance of the service. Gigablast is Cox cable’s name for its fiber optic Gigabit Internet service. Google started installing Gigabit fiber Internet a few years ago and other ISP’s such as Cox are […]
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Portland Joins Google’s Digital Inclusion Fellowship Program

Google Fiber customers in Portland have something to smile about after the company confirmed it will be adding the city to its program for expanding Internet access to low-income residents. Other beneficiaries of the development will be people who go without speedy online connections.  The Digital Inclusion Fellowship program operates in partnership with a Portland […]
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Synology RT1900ac Router Review

Review by Dan Karas – 5/30/2016 My experience with a new Synology RT1900ac router (Actually two, I returned the first). Purchased At Amazon. Owning a Synology NAS, I was happy with the performance, features and continuous SRM software upgrades that Synology provides. When I was in the market to upgrade my old wireless router, I […]
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Atlantic Broadband Invests $100,000 at SC Advanced Technology Park

For a period of one month starting April 27, Atlantic Broadband will be investing $100,000 to deliver advanced business communication services to SC Advanced Technology Park. The park is located in Barnwell, S.C and is home to Fortune 500/1000 companies primarily in the manufacturing industry. The company’s investment will provide companies in the park with […]
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High Internet Speeds for Mifflinburg from Atlantic Broadband

Atlantic Broadband has started offering faster residential and business Internet speeds in Mifflinburg and surrounding communities. This is part of the company’s ongoing service enhancements in the area with a long-term vision to become the best. Effective May 3, Atlantic Broadband is offering  residential  and  business Internet speeds of up to 120 Mbps/10 Mbps, which […]
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Google Fiber Rolls Out 1 Gbps Internet in Huntsville

Google Fiber has begun installing fiber in Huntsville, Alabama to support its low-priced 1 Gbps Internet service. The rollout will be completed in mid-2017 and Google Fiber will provide its 1 Gbps service to residents and small to medium-sized businesses. They plan to cover the entire city within four years in the seemingly ambitious plan. […]
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Windstream Takes Gigabit Internet to New Markets

Windstream Communications is not taking the rising market competition lightly and has since expanded its ultra-fast 1 Gigabit Internet service to four market areas. The new strategy will see Windstream increase its foothold in the American Internet industry despite being an already established service provider. With the new internet product, it is expected to partly […]
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BEC Technologies 6300VNL 4G/LTE Multi-Service Router Certified By Verizon

BEC Technologies, the manufacturer of 3G, 4G/LTE wireless broadband networking solutions has formally received Verizon Open Development (OD) Device Certification for its 6300VNL 4G/LTE Enterprise Multi-Service Router. The BEC 6300VNL is commercially available for use on Verizon Wireless’ Network in more than 500 markets. It’s also available for participating members of Verizon’s LTE in Rural America […]
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Comcast Business Voted the Best in Granite State

Readers of New Hampshire Business Review have voted Comcast Business as the number one telecommunications provider in the Granite State. The vote is part of the publication’s Best of Business (BOB) Awards program which seeks to recognize the best.  The New Hampshire business community recognized Comcast for its innovative voice, high-speed Internet and video services […]
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Comcast under Fire over NBC Merger Violation

Consumer advocacy group Public Knowledge has come out to bash Comcast Cable for what they term as bad behavior in their merger with NBC-Universal. In a petition dated March 2 and addressed to the Federal Communications Commission to enforce merger conditions and its policies, Public Knowledge says Comcast‘s decision to exempt its online video service […]
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