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The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), which provides $30 a month for qualifying families in most places and $75 on tribal lands, will run out of money by the end of April if Congress doesn't extend it further.
In a visit to Raleigh, President Joe Biden highlights the impacts on North Carolina from the American Rescue Plan and the 2021 bipartisan infrastructure law.
In addition to Xfinity, Citrix provides software to thousands of companies around the world. The previously-announced vulnerability, dubbed “Citrix Bleed,” has also been linked to hacks targeting the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China's New York arm and a Boeing subsidiary, among others.
The Triangle is one of the first markets where Google Fiber (GFiber) will roll out its ultra-fast 20-gigabit internet service. But it's not cheap: $250 per month.
Fiber network provider Metronet says it has installed "more than 170 miles" of fiber in Fayetteville, thus bringing high-speed internet access to a "majority of households and businesses."
Google Fiber is preparing to launch internet access that's double the fastest commercial service now available - 20 gigabits per second, enough experts say to sharply reduce delays (or latency) that pause or slow videos and gaming similar to what streaming customers tend to see at home. Plus there's advanced Wi-Fi coming, too.
Fourteen counties in North Carolina are on their way to receiving more broadband access after the state of North Carolina awarded $22 million grants through the Completing Access to Broadband program.
Internet speeds are getting even faster in the Charlotte Metro area: Google Fiber is launching 8 gigabit service. And that speed soon will be available in the Triangle.
The US government aims to restore sweeping regulations for high-speed internet providers, such as AT&T, Comcast and Verizon, reviving “net neutrality” rules for the broadband industry – and an ongoing debate about the internet’s future.
Google Fiber has focused on not just keeping up, but going beyond — being one of the first to offer 2 Gig, to roll out Wi-Fi 6 and whole home Wi-Fi 6E, to bring 5 Gig and 8 Gig to whole cities at affordable rates, and to offer 20 Gig in a home setting. And we don’t intend to stop any time soon.
Thousands of homes in three eastern N.C. counties will gain access to fiber-optic internet with a nearly $25 million federal grant. Here are the details.
Fiber optic network operator Lumos is rolling out its internet services in Orange County, having installed the first miles of a planned 1,000-mile backbone with $10 million in funding through a grant from the county.
More than 20 million US households are now receiving discounts on internet service as part of a federal program created to close the digital divide, according to the Federal Communications Commission.
RALEIGH – Verizon is upping the stakes in its bet to be the top wireless internet provider for homes and […]
Lumos Fiber, the Triad-based operator of fiber optic networks which is steadily expanding its footprint across North Carolina. has secured $1.1 billion in new funding for more growth as well as to refinance existing debt.
Bandwidth on Wednesday reported a loss of $3.9 million in its second quarter. Here are the details.
More fiber-optic network connectivity is coming to Halifax, Nash, Person and Wake counties, says Charlotte-based communications company Brightspeed.
Already called the "fastest internet provider" by a third party's studies, Google Fiber is launching faster services in its North Carolina markets and other service areas. But, hold on internet travelers, even more speed is promised to be coming soon.
The entire federal package totals more than $42 billion. North Carolina received the 5th largest amount - more than $1.5 billion in funding.
The Biden Administrations touted its broadband funding announced Friday (including $1.5 billion for North Carolina) as the reason for the creation of new jobs in the broadband industry, including these two projects in N.C.
North Carolina will receive more than $1.5 billion in federal funding to expand the reach of high-speed internet funding across the state where it is not available, the Biden Administration announced Monday.
President Joe Biden is expected to announce on Monday his administration's plans to distribute billions of dollars appropriated by Congress to deliver the internet to every household and small business in the United States. That could mean good news for the many North Carolinians.
Residents in Dunn will soon have access to internet from a fiber network being created by CloudWyze, which continues to expand its North Carolina footprint.
Fresh from landing $11 million in new federal funding, RTP-based MCNC says it has the dollars needed for a $19 million expansion of its statewide NCREN fiber-optic network.