Connect Michigan, a non-profit organization facilitating the expansion of broadband access, adoption, and use throughout the state, will host a broadband and technology conference Thursday, Oct. 24.
New research unveiled Tuesday by Connect Michigan shows that the broadband availability gap in Michigan is shrinking, with 97.33 percent of Michigan residents now having access to fixed broadband speeds of 3 megabits per second download and 768 kilobits per second upload.
Broadband and e-learning applications expand educators’ instructional capabilities and boost students’ research and interactive opportunities — as well as their test scores.
Charlevoix County was recognized Wednesday as the first locale nationally to be certified as a “Connected” community under Connected Nation’s Connected community engagement program.
HARBOR Inc.’s Broadband Team has joined forces with Connect Michigan by enrolling in the Connected community certification program, an initiative that offers a comprehensive way to bridge the digital divide by building community partnerships to assess broadband access, adoption, and use issues in the area.
In a state where millions still don’t subscribe to broadband, a new effort is under way to expand access to the essential utility of the information age.
Ann Arbor-based Merit Network Inc. Tuesday broke ground for the REACH-3MC Broadband Stimulus Project. At a groundbreaking ceremony in Manistee to mark the occasion, Merit staff were joined by representatives from the offices of U.S. […]