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Posts tagged “Greenlight”

Updated January 22

'Gigabit City' Wilson echoes Obama's call for greater broadband access

The city of Wilson, which has operated its own high-speed Internet service for six years, plans to ask the Federal Communications Commission next month to overturn state laws that limit public broadband services.

Wilson: Gigabit City Wilson: Gigabit City

Updated October 14, 2014

Premium Lock Service providers predict end of POTS, advance of fiber in Triangle

At the WRAL TechWire Executive Exchange, service provider panelists made impactful announcements about the future of fiber in the Triangle. Not the least of these: Durham's getting fiber.

Tech Wire Executive Exchange Tech Wire Executive Exchange

April 19, 2013

Premium Lock Wilson's own network to offer gigabit Internet service

The City of Wilson's Greenlight broadband service plans to offer gigabit Internet service no later than July. Thus the city moves into the ranks of areas such as Kansas City, which is deploying the much publicized Google Fiber.

Wilson proclaims its soon-to-be offered gigabit service Wilson proclaims its soon-to-be offered gigabit service

May 6, 2011

Premium Lock Legislature approves broadband rules for N.C. cities

Not everyone wants broadband The N.C. House voted 84-32 to accept Senate changes to a package on Friday that now will head to Gov. Bev Perdue for her signature.

Updated July 16, 2009

Premium Lock Broadband Access Available to More Than 82 Percent of Households in N.C., New Report Says

UPDATE: e-NC Authority seeks $7.5M from state to expand reach of high-speed Internet services. Group plans to target 26 counties where availability is less than 70 percent.

Updated November 12, 2008

Premium Lock California studio to launch games based on Robert Jordan empire

 Works in ‘Wheel of Time’ series by ate author, who lived in Charleston, S.C. will be turned into videogames and films by Red Eagle Entertainment. Two former IBM execs lead California-based entertainment company.

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