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In the US, over 50 million households have only one ISP option for high-speed broadband that meets the FCC’s definition of at least 25 Mbps. In rural areas the problem is amplified, with fewer options and even slower access speeds. According to Akamai’s State of the Internet Report, the US recently ranked 10th in the world with average speeds of 18 Mbps.
That means there is a huge opportunity for individuals like you to start a business providing much needed broadband options to your local communities. Join two of Mimosa’s senior engineers Dustin and Eric as they take you through a series of how-to episodes covering topics like how to choose a coverage area, Physical Network Planning and Design, and more.