Maine Fiber Co. has nearly completed the construction of a 1,100-mile fiber opti
Maine Fiber Co. has nearly completed the construction of a 1,100-mile fiber optic network known as the Three Ring Binder project. TDS, a Madison, Wisc.-based company, will award contracts to two firms to build last-mile connections in northern, Down East, and western Maine. Broadening Internet access to regions in Maine has been made possible by financing triggered by the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act. Access to high-speed Internet could spur economic growth by enabling new businesses to start up and by reducing the cost of bandwidth for households and businesses.
Internet (Computer network)
Chutchian, Kenneth Z., "Maine Fiber Co. has nearly completed the construction of a 1,100-mile fiber opti" (2012). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 5755.
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