Leading the way in broadband innovation for rural America.
As our world grows more and more digital, broadband access has shifted from a luxury to necessity, one that's sadly unavailable for many rural areas like those in our home state of Mississippi.
The C Spire Rural Broadband Consortium - a partnership between C Spire, Microsoft, Siklu, Airspan and Nokia - is researching how high-speed internet can be brought to rural America affordably.
Testing is currently underway in Mississippi, but the findings will give helpful insight for rural areas all over the nation, helping them compete in today's economy and empowering their future.
The Consortium is testing broadband technologies aligning with different types of rural areas.
The Consortium is looking at new business models that enable rural deployments.
The Consortium is considering where automation might simplify and reduce costs.
The Consortium is supporting digital skills to encourage and enable broadband adoption.
In the Know: Consortium Updates & Findings
Early TV white space testing by the C Spire Rural Broadband Consortium
By: Matthew Winters and Rodrick Rogers on Oct 9, 2019 1:47:56 PM
Explore the Options That Could Bring Broadband to Rural Mississippi
By: C Spire Staff on Aug 29, 2019 3:12:23 PM
Mississippi's Rural Digital Divide Is About More Than a Lack of Technology
By: Ivy Kelly on May 20, 2019 9:33:35 AM
C Spire Leads Consortium in Advocating for New Technology in Rural Mississippi
By: C Spire Staff on May 3, 2019 12:01:22 AM
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