Open Broadband is disrupting the internet service provider industry in North Carolina. WRALTechWire recently featured Open Broadband and highlighted a few of the initial ISP deployments.
“The City of Belmont partnered with Open Broadband to provide a high-speed free public Wi-Fi service for Downtown,” says Adrian Miller, City Manager, City of Belmont. This coverage will also service the city’s new innovation center, TechWorks, led by Terry Cox, executive director. Beyond this service agreement, says Miller, Open Broadband will provide residents and businesses another alternative in the subscription Internet service marketplace. This project is the latest for the young company, which has already worked with Stanly County, Wayne County, Alexander County, and with the cities of Greensboro and Goldsboro.”