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Aurora City Council Rejects Naperville Redundant Fiber Network Proposal

Despite being one of the wealthiest cities (in terms of cities with over 75,000 population), the suburban Chicago city of Naperville has to wait for a redundant fiber optic connectivity. The Aurora City Council Committee did not approve the proposal to deploy a second fiber optic network in Naperville citing reasons of higher deployment cost. Aurora City officials have been…

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Digital West Expands Fiber Optic Network to Grover Beach

California-based Digital West Networks, Inc, the provider of IT infrastructure and cloud services is expanding its fiber optic network beyond San Luis Obispo into Grover Beach. An agreement with the City has been reached for Digital West to deliver the much-needed infrastructure to City public services, area businesses, and residences.

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P3 Board Approves Fiber Optic Cable Project in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania’s P3 Board (Public-Private Partnership) had approved the fiber optic cable network project, that is the “Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission project” to install next-generation fiber optic cables along the 880 kilometers Turnpike and extensions to provide communication capacity for the commission, state Department of Transportation (Pennsylvania’s DOT, PennDOT) and other commonwealth needs. Deployment of fiber optic cables will bring new jobs and business opportunities in the area.

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CASSCOMM Selects RF Return Technology of iPhotonix

iPhotonix, an innovation leader for the fiber optic network solution industry, says that CASSCOMM has selected their RF Return technology solutions. CASSCOMM serving in 11 counties in central Illinois will take advantage of the RF return technology for enhanced broadvision cable delivery.