Where Eagles Dare To Fly

Bowling Green, KY. (April 5th, 2019) – Drones are changing the way we approach old problems—from doing business to recovering from natural disasters. But, they’ve been a long time coming. As a way to create safer, cheaper alternatives to manned military aircraft, pilotless projectiles (such as aerial torpedoes) and radio-controlled aircraft were in use as far back as World War I.  …

Telemedicine Stands to Offer New Horizons to the Healthcare Solutions Landscape

The following was published by Medical Product Outsourcing (MPO) by Saipriya Iyer, Global Market Insights Technology has lately been transforming the face of healthcare with each milestone invention. Telemedicine, a term often used interchangeably with telehealth and connected health, has been one of the most revolutionizing aspects in healthcare as of late, though the idea of contacting a healthcare professional …

U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin Helps Introduce Bipartisan ACCESS BROADBAND Act

For Immediate Release Thursday, April 4, 2019 Contact: press@baldwin.senate.gov  WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin helped introduce the bipartisan ACCESS BROADBAND Act, bicameral legislation led by Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) and Representative Paul Tonko (D-NY) that fosters the development and growth of broadband resources for businesses as well as underserved urban and rural communities in Wisconsin, and throughout …

Computer Classes offered at libraries

Published by Mount Desert Islander on April 1st, 2019 MOUNT DESERT ISLAND — Three libraries on Mount Desert Island are hosting a series of free classes about computers and technology. Topics include basic computer skills, common software programs, social media and online safety. The program is in collaboration with the AmeriCorps Digital Inclusion Initiative. At the Southwest Harbor Public Library …

State allows electric co-ops to sell broadband

Published by The Union Recorder on March 3rd, 2019 By Jill Nolin CNHI State Reporter   ATLANTA – State lawmakers agreed to give electric cooperatives a shot at providing high-speed internet service in rural Georgia, signing off on a proposal Tuesday after three years of debate. The state’s 41 electric membership corporations will be given the authority to provide broadband service, …

USDA Harvests Input on Rural Broadband Spectrum Priorities

Published by Broadcasting Cable on April 2nd, 2019 By John Eggerton The U.S. Department of Agriculture is collecting comment on what is the best spectrum management policy to get broadband to more rural areas, which is an avowed priority of the Trump Administration. In its comments, the Wireless Internet Service Providers Association (WISPA) said it is all for a “rural …

NeoNova grows its rural broadband footprint with latest acquisition

Published by WRAL TechWire on April 2nd, 2019 NeoNova, the Triangle-based company that provides a variety of support services to rural Internet broadband supported, is expanding its network with another acquisition. The firm, which is owned by the National Rural Telecommunications Cooperative, is buying the Iowa-based SecurityCoverage. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, but NeoNova said the company …

Daines supports improving rural broadband

Published by Independent Record on April 1st, 2019 By Bridget Holland  Without access to broadband internet, students are unable to keep up in the classroom, patients are denied the promise of telemedicine tools and rural businesses are locked out of the global economy. Thankfully, U.S. Sen. Steve Daines stood up for rural America when he wrote a letter to the …