By: CostQuest’s Communications Team, Vetro, and Tilson.
State work announcement – Maine
ConnectMaine is partnering with CostQuest Associates, VETRO FiberMap®, and Tilson Technology Management to carry out a $28 million grant award from NTIA to expand broadband services!
We will provide Maine with Service Availability and Cost Modeling data based on precise Broadband Serviceable Locations (coordinates of structures eligible to receive broadband service) to support funding program targeting, statewide broadband mapping, and identifying the cost to build out to unserved and underserved locations.
Our team feels fortunate to work with these innovative teams to create a complete data-driven solution for Maine’s communities that need broadband the most. Helping grow access to economic opportunities that are made possible through reliable broadband.
Click here to learn more about how these teams are working to close Maine’s Digital Divide!
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