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Verizon FiOS Consumer Reports, Reviews, and Deals

January 5, 2015

When Verizon FiOS first appeared on the scene in 2005, their service was one of the very few true fiber-to-the-home providers. Today there is over 740 different companies offering a fiber connection. while many business only, there is no doubt that consumers want fiber connections. Though FiOS’s reception was mixed at rollout when it launched, […]

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Finally a Verizon FiOS Availability Map

April 9, 2014

Despite being the largest fiber-to-the-home provider in the North America, Verizon doesn’t provide a map that shows where FiOS is available.  As demand for faster broadband grows, many of us want to know if were even close to a FiOS area. That’s why we created this map with a little data help from Turns […]

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How America’s Broadband Ranks and Why Adopting Fiber is Essential

July 24, 2013

A publication by the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation in February 2013 paints a concerning picture for the state of America’s broadband infrastructure in comparison to other countries. How the United States Trails other Countries While the United States is an international leader in entry-level pricing of broadband, ranking first in 2008 and second in […]

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Google and Verizon Pry Open Big Metal’s Grasp

June 15, 2010

It is no mystery that Big Metal has had its way in the market for far too long.  The combination of money that can be used to lobby politicians and distort the perception of the public with disingenuous advertisements has been a strong deterrent to smaller and medium sized businesses that want to deploy FTTH […]

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Brigham.Net Served Brigham, UT With Fiber

June 14, 2010

The lucky residents of Brigham have access to one of the nation’s fastest fiber optic broadband services.  Better yet, the same provider offers digital video and digital telephone services.  Not bad for a town of under 20,000 that got its first ISP in the mid-1990s.  There are a few downsides to this provider, and the […]

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150 Mbps Fiber Optic Service Available in Unexpected Place

June 9, 2010

With news that Google’s fiber optic broadband service will offer a stunning 1 Gbps of performance, the entire nation has been in an uproar about fiber optics.  The FCC has even stepped in and established a program to reward broadband providers that can serve up 100 Mbps connections by the close of the decade, which […]

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Big Metal is Scared of Fiber, Here’s Why

June 7, 2010

Fiber optics are easily the next big thing, but there is a problem: Big Metal does not want fiber to be available to the general public.  Why?  The answer is simple: Big Metal has had it far too easy for far too long.  This is the story of Big Metal, and it explains why so […]

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Galaxy Fiber Optic Provider is a Superstar

June 6, 2010

While many companies deploying fiber optic solutions are doing so with a value added approach that includes digital cable and digital telephone services, some providers are sticking with what they do best: being an ISP.  While the value added approach is probably a long term goal of companies in this group, they may also hope […]

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Big Metal vs. The Little Guys

June 5, 2010

With the broadband doors flung open, the question is whether there is truly open competition between fiber optics and Big Metal.  There is certainly no doubt that fiber optics are faster and more future-proof than metal wiring, which is currently on its last leg, but this question has less to do with physics than it […]

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Big Metal is Ruining Broadband

June 4, 2010

For the longest time broadband has been more hype than fact.  Why?  The answer has a lot to do with business realities and physics.  While it is possible to tackle these subjects independently, it is easier to look at them collectively.  After all, these two realities collide rather frequently, and the reason for this will […]

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