IIA’s Broadband Hub

Hat tip to Laura Spining and the folks at the Internet Innovation Alliance for this reference to the Computers for Kids program in TN.~BrianTake Note (http://blog.internetinnovation.org/2008/05/take-note/)9:19 AM May 13, 2008 All too often on this blog, I point out problems that may arrive with the coming Exaflood, or I take time to acknowledge the many stakeholders that have not prepared …

Connected Nation Accelerates Broadband Opportunities in Rural California

Just a quick post to update on Connected Nation’s efforts in California. The CETF is doing good work and we’re glad to be partnering with them. Have a great weekend. Today at the 2008 Rural Connection Workshop in Redding, Connected Nation and the California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) announced a partnership to support broadband acceleration efforts in California’s rural regions. …

Connected Nation Accelerates Broadband Opportunities in Rural California

Redding, CA: Today at the 2008 Rural Connection Workshop in Redding, California, Connected Nation and the California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) announced a partnership to support broadband acceleration efforts in California’s rural regions. The partnership intends to leverage Connected Nation’s successful experiences working jointly with community leaders and technology companies to implement efforts that ensure rural communities can seize the …

Computers 4 Kids Delivers Computers to Foster Children in Tennessee

Connected Nation’s efforts in TN are bringing together the public and private sectors to engage in meaningful efforts that are having a real impact on digital inclusion. Since the launch of Connected TN home computer ownership in previously underserved areas has grown by 10% while broadband adoption has grown by a very impressive 37% in rural areas specifically. These data …