Rural WA Gets 1,000 Miles of New Fiber

March 8, 2013
Construction is complete on Northwest Open Access Network's (NoaNet) nearly 1,000-mile expansion of broadband fiber, connecting nearly all unserved areas of Washington state. NoaNet received two federal American Reinvestment and Recovery Act grants to bring high...
Construction is complete on Northwest Open Access Network's (NoaNet) nearly 1,000-mile expansion of broadband fiber, connecting nearly all unserved areas of Washington state. NoaNet received two federal American Reinvestment and Recovery Act grants to bring high-speed Internet access to rural Washington. An additional 600 miles of expansion is scheduled for completion this summer through the second grant. NoaNet is a non-profit mutual corporation providing wholesale telecommunications transport and is headquartered in Tacoma, WA.

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