Blog|BroadbandThe benefits of fiber-to-the-home networks
Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) networks have the fastest speeds, the highest quality connectivity, and often the lowest costs in the long run. With a 15 to 20 year perspective, fiber networks are almost always the way to go.
While rural communities don’t always have the pre-existing angel networks of a tech hub like Boston, with the right approach, community leaders can identify potential investors and turn their passion for place into a launching pad for local startups.
This week, we were thrilled to announce that two communities in the most recent cohort of the Rural Innovation Initiative (RII) were selected for Build to Scale (B2S) Venture Challenge grants through the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA)
In our conversation, Kanesha discusses the power of connections in rural entrepreneurship, her path to this innovative education delivery model, and how she’s contributing to the digital ecosystem in Pine Bluff.
At CORI, we believe we might be witnessing the start of what we call the Great Tech Migration: a widespread exodus of tech workers from urban areas to the small towns — where they bring their jobs with them.