Open Broadband was featured as a prominent startup in the Charlotte ecosystem by Start Charlotte. Their article highlighted the innovative nature of how we bring ultra high-speed internet to underserved markets:
“This makes Open Broadband a hybrid fiber and wireless internet service provider. Which is unique in comparison to smaller wireless internet service providers (WISPs) today. Because of this hybrid approach, their product is relatively quick to deploy as it doesn’t require massive construction in cities and town to lay new high-speed internet infrastructure.
Their go-to-market strategy is to partner with a city, county, or an anchor institution – like a university – in these underserved communities. And as of now, Open Broadband has projects live in four markets – Gaston, Stanly and Wayne County in North Carolina as well as a county in Michigan.”
To read StartCharlotte’s full article on Open Broadband click here.