On Thursday, AT&T announced its plans for a $19-billion capital project that includes bringing 4G speeds and enhanced reliability to Detroit.
A day after releasing a report on broadband adoption in the Upper Peninsula, Connect Michigan released a report showing businesses with a broadband connection are likely to generate more revenue and jobs
Ann Arbor-based Merit Network Inc. will break ground Tuesday on a 2,287-mile broadband stimulus project that will benefit rural areas in Michigan and the Midwest.
East Lansing-based Great Lakes Comnet, a broadband and switching infrastructure company, announced plans to more than double its fiber network to offer customers increased reliability, state-of-the-art technology and faster data speeds. GLC has more than […]
In Northern Michigan, Traverse City functions as the major commercial nexus for a seven-county area totaling 2,700 square miles. Yet residents in Cedar, only a few miles away, found themselves without access to high-speed Internet […]
Governor Jennifer M. Granholm today announced that five Michigan companies have been awarded more than $42 million to provide broadband infrastructure to underserved communities in the state. The competitive grants, administered by the U.S. Department […]