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Applicant Location  Total Request  Description
JB-Nets, LLC Bidwell, OH  $        799,480 JB-Nets proposes to expand its wireless broadband service now existing in Gallia County Ohio to all remaining eligible contiguous census blocks in Gallia County, Ohio as defined in the ARRA BIP rules.
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Little Rock, AR  $   50,480,977 The Arkansas Telehealth Oversight & Management Network will improve access to and quality of broadband in healthcare, research, and education delivery at 402 community anchor institutions, comprising every acute care hospital, health department clinic, and center on aging and most community health centers, mental health clinics, universities, public libraries, and home health efforts in Arkansas.
Oklahoma Western Telephone Company Clayton, OK  $   12,735,046 Oklahoma Western Telephone Company, an incumbent local exchange carrier in rural Southeastern Oklahoma, proposes to upgrade its existing network in order to provide affordable broadband service to customers in its entire service territory.
Rural Telephone Service Co., Inc. Lenora, KS  $ 101,201,649 The Rural Opportunities Delivered project will create an estimated 402 jobs in western Kansas - which is 99.5% unserved/underserved - and provide infrastructure required for economic stability, education and healthcare. Rural Telephone Service Co, Inc., a cooperative ILEC and RUS partner on 32 successful projects, leads a team of seven companies for this shovel-ready project.
chebeague.net, Inc. Chebeague Island, ME  $        148,470 The project will extend broadband Internet services to unserved portions of Chebeague Island, Maine and will improve bandwidth availability for the entire underserved Island. In addition, the project will position the system for possible future microwave acquisition of bandwidth and may be used to extend needed cellular telephone service to the Island which, in large part, is unserved.
Geneseo Communications, Inc. Geneseo, IL  $   31,400,000 Geneseo Communications, Inc. is proposing a rural development project that will provide last mile broadband service to customers in 31,701 census blocks in northwestern Illinois.
South Dakota Network, LLC Sioux Falls, SD  $   20,572,242 Project Connect South Dakota built by South Dakota Network will upgrade its middle mile network to enable delivery of 10 Megabit service to all end users. The statewide network will connect underserved communities. Over 500 community anchor institutions, public safety agencies and government units will benefit directly. The upgraded network will assist communities with economic development.
Navtech Broadband,LLC Palm Beach Gardens, FL  $   32,286,637 Effective use of knowledge is power and with accessibility to the knowledge via broadband,each American is capable to compete in the global economy.Unserved and underserved communities are essential part of America and by bringing the broadband related applications to them we are helping our nation by creating much needed jobs that rebuilds vibrant economy achieving essential goal of ARRA
Columbia County Georgia IT Evans, GA  $   13,483,004 The CCCBN will provide state-of-the-art communication services while enhancing broadband communication options to the current and future citizens of Columbia County. The Network will provide infrastructure for affordable bandwidth and services, and will integrate public safety, public health, education and other government use, to provide an essential next step in government services.
Bristol Bay Native Association Dillingham, AK  $   17,909,456 The project will provide all customers - business, residential, governmental, non-profit, schools, health care providers, etc. affordable broadband and Internet access in the remote, unserved Bristol Bay region stretching from Dillingham to Kenai. The project will provide direct broadband capacity into 15 communities and tribal villages.
Personal Network Computing, Inc. dba Valley Internet Fairfield, CA  $     5,704,986 NorCal Broadband Access Consortium is committed to connecting unserved areas of Northern California. Within the consortium, Valley Internet plans to bring broadband Internet to rural areas of Lake, Colusa and Glenn counties. The project will also cover unserved areas of Napa and Solano counties. In total, we will bring affordable high-speed Internet to over 8,000 currently unserved homes.
Plumas-Sierra Telecommunications Portola, CA  $     1,335,285 Plumas-Sierra Telecommunication, a wholly owned subsidary of Plumas Sierra Rural Electric Cooperative is seeking grant funds to expand broadband service to a rural portion of North-Eastern California in collaboration with NorCal Broadband Access Consortium.
North Alabama Electric Cooperative Stevenson, AL  $   23,882,981 North Alabama Electric Cooperative (the lead Applicant) and New Hope Telephone Cooperative are partnering together to provide high speed broadband services and smart grid electrical services, to bring economic development to a remote rural unserved area of Northern Alabama.
Florida Public Broadcasting Service, Inc. Saint Petersburg, FL  $   22,814,001 The Florida Public Broadcasting application is for a middle mile grant to connect our stations together through a high speed backbone, enabling FPBS to use our existing 99% population reach to provide greater educational and healthcare initiatives, faster delivery of K-12 content, improved eldercare outreach and deploy public safety applications for the unserved and underserved within the state.
Tanana Chiefs Conference Fairbanks, AK  $ 237,170,047 The Alaska Gateway Network will be overland broadband infrastructure throughout the Interior of Alaska that provides a network ready to host basic and advanced fixed and mobile broadband services to almost all households, businesses and anchor tenant organizations within the vast region. Our project is the first step in a broad strategy of regional and statewide economic development.
FairPoint Communications, Inc. Charlotte, NC  $     7,865,817 This project will expand high speed broadband to remote, underserved areas of Aroostook County, the northernmost rural county in Maine. This is a last mile project (with some enabling middle mile components) that is critical to the region's competitiveness in a 21st century economy. Northern New England Telephone Operations LLC d/b/a FairPoint Communications-NNE is the co-applicant.
Mushroom Networks, Inc. San Diego, CA  $        441,000 Mushroom Networks has recently introduced a highly cost effective premium Internet access service called Fusion Internet, which we shall deploy for schools and libraries in Alabama, initially in selected "unserved" zip codes. The new high speed Internet service is cost effective since it uses the existing copper infrastructure, and is primarily enabled with special customer premises equipment.
Hawaiian Telcom, Inc. Debtor-in-Possession Honolulu, HI  $     6,300,916 This Project provides greater access to affordable, reliable, high speed broadband services to Pepeekeo Point, Hawaiian Paradise, Park Makai, Hawaiian Acres, Fern Forest and Royal Hawaiian Estates in East Hawaii that will bring the educational and economic benefits of the Internet to all communities. The project is designed to be scaleable to meet future bandwidth needs.
Ponderosa Cablevision O Neals, CA  $     3,852,862 Extend broadband services.
AlphaStar America, LLC GREENWICH, CT  $   25,500,234 Within months of funding, AlphaStar America will hire hundreds of workers to help it build a low-cost hybrid middle mile network that will not require terrestrial construction or launching of satellites. It will connect local ISPs, schools & municipalities in unserved areas of 20 states to the Internet backbone, giving these rural markets with no legacy systems immediate broadband access.
Critical Hub Networks, Inc. San Juan, PR  $   26,376,913 Creation of a high capacity broadband data bridge and peering network to provide fast, affordable broadband transit service to last mile service providers in underserved and unserved communities in the islands of Puerto Rico, Culebra and Vieques.
University of New Hampshire Durham, NH  $   46,271,309 New Hampshire has developed a project that builds partnerships between public and private entities to address the state's broadband access and connectivity needs in the areas of education, public safety, health care, transportation and economic development. Using fiber optics, wireless microwave and wired solutions, New Hampshire's proposal meets the needs of our citizens.
ABG Wireless, LLC Lawrenceburg, TN  $        999,304 ABG Wireless, LLC currently provides Broadband Internet Service to rural Lawrence County Tennessee, but many areas in our community still remain unserved or underserved when it comes to high speed Internet service. We are seeking funding in order to increase our coverage area in Lawrence County, making Broadband Internet Service available and affordable to all of our communities.
First Step Internet, LLC Moscow, ID  $     2,992,028 Multi-user regional broadband network backbone designed to expand capacity to schools, libraries, hospitals ,safety agencies and medical facilities throughout several un-served and under-served areas and communities in the Counties of Latah, Nez Perce, Lewis, Idaho and Clearwater impacting 46,308 residents, 21,228 households, 13,125 square miles and 8,925 census blocks.
Eastern Shore of VIrginia Broadband Authority Wachapreague, VA  $   12,700,099 Broadband infrastructure buildout for Accomack and Northampton counties located on the Eastern Shore of Virgina. This development builds on the existing Broadband backbone network. The focus of this phase of the initiative is to build Middle mile to facilitate connections to anchor institutions including Public Safety, Healthcare, Education, Government buildings and Libraries.
ALTIUS Broadband LLC Phoenix, MD  $        762,261 ALTIUS Broadband has a comprehensive plan that will blanket North East Kentucky and Northern Maryland with broadband Internet access. It will dramatically improve the use of related technology to the underserved and non-served areas of Baltimore, Carroll, and Harford counties in Maryland and Mason, Fleming, Lewis, Bath, Bracken, Nicholas, Harrison and Pendleton counties in Kentucky.
Airband Communications, Inc. Dallas, TX  $        495,840 Airband Communications will provide high capacity bandwidth to a community anchor institution. The project will encompass multiple markets and the resulting network infrastructure will allow wireless broadband access to most businesses in coverage, simultaneously driving broadband demand and meeting the specific needs of a nationwide healthcare provider.
Tekstar Communications, Inc Perham, MN  $     1,103,397 Naytahwaush is located in rural Mahnomen County 15 miles east of the county seat on the White Earth Indian Reservation. A successful broadband project in this rural remote Unserved area will serve 315 households, total population 534. Also serving all community anchors including critical facilities, medical, public safety services, tribal government buildings, and the school will be served.
Lumbee River Electric Membership Corporation Red Springs, NC  $   11,041,886 Lumbee River Electric Corporation (the lead Applicant) and Southeastern Utilities Development Inc. (SUD), are partnering together to provide high speed broadband services and smart grid electrical services, to bring economic development to a shared Southern North Carolina rural underserved area of the state.
McMinnville Access Company McMinnville, OR  $     1,359,600 To increase broadband adoption and broadband throughput available to rural unserved and underserved areas of Yamhill, Polk and Marion counties in Northwest Oregon. To enhance an existing broadband network with stability and capacity that can later be extended to surrounding rural areas.
CommunityConnect, Inc. Anderson, SC  $     9,782,924 The goals of this project are to bring broadband and high speed internet to under and unserved areas of South Carolina's Upstate region. The project will serve County agencies in support of public safety & emergency services. The project will also serve the households and businesses of the tri-county region, immediately create dozens of high-paying jobs and stimulate the local economy.
Everypath Communications West Chester, OH  $   25,425,000 The Everypath Ambulatory Broadband Network is a complete "rural community broadband network on wheels" capable of delivering point-to-multipoint broadband to unserved markets. The broadband network is immediately deployable ("shovel-ready"), adaptable to market conditions, provides 100% coverage of targeted unserved census blocks, and builds a foundation for additional services.
Muni-Link Pittsburgh, PA  $        997,000 Muni-Link, 501.c3 corporation is seeking BTOP funding to construct a wireless communication project named 'OmniNet" in the Woodland Hills School District of Allegheny County, PA. The OmniNet will provide an open broadband network to serve school security applications and public safety communications and will enable wireless broadband connectivity to users and devices within the wireless zone.
Information Technology, Department of East Hartford, CT  $ 109,750,451 This proposal's projects will expand the State's investment in both educational and public safety communications technology by serving additional schools, community anchor institutions, public media and public safety sites. This project adds additional broadband capacity that will be available to other providers to enhance the accessibility of high quality services throughout Connecticut.
Mississippi Valley State University Itta Bena, MS  $ 124,964,734 The MS Delta Broadband Expansion Project will deploy state-of-the-art high speed internet access to underserved and rural communities in 18 counties. We will deliver affordable, reliable, net-neutrality fixed and mobile broadband services to residents, businesses, anchor institutions, and public safety entities, creating thousands of new jobs for the region.
City of Gustavus Gustavus, AK  $        133,836 Bring fast, reliable and affordable internet access to all citizens of Gustavus, Alaska.
ASIAPACIFIC MATERIALS, LLC FAIRFAX, VA  $        400,000 This project will provide next-generation broadband Internet access to rural, unserved and underserved parts of Marathon, Shawano, Waupaca and Outagamie Counties in Wisconsin. The project will deliver rich applications including social and job networking to enable economic development, and be based on fixed wireless technology which sets a new bar for performance relative to cost.
KLM (affiliate of RBJ) Rich Hill, MO  $     8,678,755 The KLM Fiber to the Premise Exchange Network Upgrades project will replace and upgrade the legacy copper based telecommunications networks serving the Rich Hill, Metz, Deerfield, and Richards telephone exchanges. The upgraded exchange networks will utilize a GPON (gigabit passive optical network) design with the capability to deliver broadband applications at throughput rates that exceed 20 Mbps.
Agavue, LLC Albuquerque, NM  $     6,223,322 This application proposes to cover 48 communities in 16 unserved and underserved Service Areas consisting of rural and economically challenged areas of Southern New Mexico.
ALABAMA FINANCE DEPARTMENT, INFORMATION SERVICES DIVISION Montgomery, AL  $   20,905,658 The State of Alabama will upgrade its state data network to provide robust, converged voice and data network access to state agency and public safety offices throughout Alabama. Underserved offices will gain access to faster bandwidth, greater reliability, improved web-based application experience, improved network security, Voice over IP and Video service applications, and more.
Highland Telephone Cooperative, Inc. Sunbright, TN  $     1,204,422 The Coalfield Broadband project will provide state-of-the-art communication services while enhancing broadband communication options to the current and future citizens of the Coalfield area. The network will provide infrastructure for affordable bandwidth and services, and will integrate public safety, public health, education and other government use.
The Peetz Cooperative Telephone CO Peetz, CO  $     1,513,850 The Peetz Co-operative Telephone Company will deploy broadband infrastructure in and around the Peetz Community using a combination of technologies. This deployment within the remote, unserved farming community will create jobs and stimulate economic growth. Anchor institutions within the community will have connectivity to necessary distance learning and public safety applications.
Jisp Internet Stockton, IL  $        310,000 To increase the area that Jisp Internet serves with broadband internet service by adding infrastructure.
NationsLine Inc. Roanoke, VA  $     2,880,429 The project seeks to install telecommunications equipment in public housing developments in the Maryland, Virginia and DC area to provide very low cost broadband to the underserved residents.
3WLogic, LLC Buckhannon, WV  $     2,789,513 The 3WLogic Rural WV Broadband Expansion Project will provide last mile rural community-based broadband infrastructure within the unserved counties of: Barbour, Braxton, Gilmer, Lewis, Nicholas, Randolph, and Upshur; thereby promoting economic development, education, training, safety and broadband awareness for vulnerable individuals, educational institutions, healthcare facilities, and libraries
North Central Telephone Cooperative, Inc. Lafayette, TN  $   49,679,709 The goal of the project is to invest in the necessary infrastructure to enable North Central Telephone Cooperative to deliver advanced voice, video and data services at total bandwidth in excess of 20 mbps to remote and rural communities in Northern Tennessee at an affordable price within 3 years.
Keystone Initiative for Network Based Education and Research University Park, PA  $   99,660,678 Pennsylvania Research and Education Network (PennREN) is an historic collaborative effort for a statewide broadband network designed by research institutions that will optimize access for core constituents including hospitals and health care providers, pre-K through 12 and higher education institutions, library networks, state and local government agencies and economic development entities.
MidAmerican Broadband Pipeline, Inc. Chicago, IL  $     3,133,400 MidAmerican Broadband Pipeline, Inc., will provide wireless and wire line broadband connection point in each qualifying, rural, unserved or under served Census Block, via a Middle Mile Sustainable Broadband Adoption program providing wholesale, redundant, high-speed broadband service for local Last Mile providers.
Broadband Outreach Inc. Fort Lauderdale, FL  $     5,804,441 Last mile broadband infrastructure, consisting of a high speed, wireless internet system, will be installed at each designated public housing community. Residents will receive free on-site computer and internet access training, free use of a personal computer to be installed at the
IT&E Saipan, GU  $     8,039,791 Developing the infrastructure for long term and increased service support.
IT&E Saipan, GA  $     2,512,757 Project description not provided.
Hargray Telephone Company, Inc. Hilton Head Island, SC  $     1,448,871 This project will enhance broadband services to Daufuskie Island, SC. Beaufort County Emergency Mgt. Div. is endorsing this application because of the urgent public safety need for enhanced broadband to Daufuskie, an area accessible only by boat. The proposed project will significantly improve access to, and use of, broadband service for public safety, residential and business purposes.
JOYTEL WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS INC st. augustine, FL  $   11,878,295 National Alternative Service Access Network (NASA Net) is a middle mile project that will provide access to the underserved communities between Atlanta and Miami and transform Jacksonville into a Tier 1 city. At our three hubs, Medical Access Service Hub (MASH) will provide a secure platform for the exchange and storage of electronic medical records and provide Disaster Recovery systems.
Knology Total Communications, Inc. West Point, GA  $     5,194,630 The East Houston County, Alabama proposed project will address the need to upgrade existing high speed internet in East Houston County. This small community can not financially justify an upgrade without grant funding due to density and demographics. KTC has been actively involved with the critical community organizations that include schools, emergency medical services, and fire and police.
OpenCape Corporation West Barnstable, MA  $   32,252,093 OpenCape intends to build critical middle mile capacity for the Cape Cod region. The open access network will create opportunities for jobs, economic diversification, and regional efficiencies in government. It will support broadband options for anchor institutions, enable last mile providers to reach un- and underserved areas, and offer an emergency network in this hurricane-vulnerable region.
Pueblo de San Ildefonso Santa Fe, NM  $     1,264,450 San Ildefonso Pueblo is a partner in REDI (Northern New Mexico Regional Economic Development Initiative), which is proposing to deploy a regional open network to support the multiple purposes of economic development, education, health care and sustainable energy development Funds acquired under this proposal will enable the Pueblo to quickly expand its service network to 2405 households.
OneCommunity Cleveland, OH  $ 163,927,205 Rural = Urban: From Rust Belt to Tech Powerhouse brings 21st century broadband services and economic development opportunities to revitalize the economically depressed 58 county area of Northern Ohio severely impacted by the economic and housing crises, especially as related to manufacturing and automotive industry jobs. It provides middle mile, public safety and anchor institution services.
Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Concho, OK  $     6,361,901 The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes are submitting an application to address the unserved and underserved population within the Tribes' jurisdiction.
Pinpoint Communications, Inc. Cambridge, NE  $   52,577,402 Pinpoint is seeking funding to bring next-gen middle mile broadband services to qualifying remote unserved and underserved census blocks in Nebraska and will provide wholesale , redundant, broadband service for local telco's, wireless, CATV, ISP companies to improve connections to requesting local governmental, public safety, hospital's and education institutions or other non-profit locations.
City of Inglewood Inglewood, CA  $     4,852,187 The Inglewood Wireless Project is designed to provide affordable broadband wireless Internet access throughout the entire city to achieve three strategic objectives, 1) narrow the digital divide, 2) stimulate economic development, 3) improve the quality of City services (public safety and government services).
Gervais Telephone Company Gervais, OR  $        628,860 The project is to provide affordable Internet connectivity in one unserved and one underserved area in rural Marion County, OR. This will provide broadband connectivity to both residential and business end users, as well as four anchor institutions without access to sufficient bandwidth.
FairPoint Communications Missouri, Inc. Peculiar, MO  $        729,173 The proposed funding from the ARRA will provide largely anticipated broadband access to unserved residents within FairPoint Missouri's (FPMO) serving area. FPMO plans to install fiber connectivity to existing carrier facilities, so this project will provide broadband Internet access to all residents in the currently unserved serving areas.
Town Of Manchester Manchester, CT  $   18,936,896 Broadband 'Architecture": Enables an array of services in the areas of Public Computer Centers,Sustainable Broadband Adoption in UNDERSERVED populations, support Broadband education technology, regional public safety and economic and Jobs development through use of the Connecticut 'Municipal Gain" space in the broadband physical architecture of interconnected Connecticut cities.
Sky Web Network Inc Saginaw, MI  $     2,063,250 Project description not provided.
Western New Mexico Telephone Company, Inc. Silver City, NM  $   11,516,679 The Project is a Last Mile Project that will provide broadband services to remote and unserved customer locations through out Western's Service Area, and will extend additional broadband services to critical community facilities.
Nevada County Economic Resource Council Grass Valley, CA  $   11,202,441 A middle mile project to build a wireless carrier-grade technology- and frequency-independent broadband infrastructure both sustainable and scaleable to serve Nevada County, California. The project will enable WISPs to provide last mile service to homes, small businesses, and non-profits; and provide services to schools, libraries, government & public safety, health clinics, and community centers.
ENGAGE COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION KEY WEST, FL  $        135,850 Providing last mile coverage to an underserved area.
ENGAGE COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION KEY WEST, FL  $     2,505,000 Providing emergency communications services for all community anchor institutions and residents of the Florida Keys in Monroe County via the funding of a single service area in Key West Florida. See Executive Summary and Project Purpose Essays for details.
Peoples Rural Telephone Coop. Corp., Inc. McKee, KY  $   15,900,000 The project is designed to Engineer, Build, and Install Outside Plant Facilities and Equipment to provide advanced broadband services, including Digital Voice, High-speed Data, and Expanded Video services, to subscribers in Jackson and Owsley Counties in Kentucky.
Hiawatha Broadband Communications, Inc. Winona, MN  $     5,729,891 This project will provide last-mile service to Minneiska, Miesville, New Trier, areas in Lake City and Red Wing, in addition to constructing middle-mile connections between the five communities and Hiawatha Broadband's network termination in Wabasha. The farm service area connections will offer broadband services to an additional 215 underserved homes and farmsteads along the route.
Kansas City, Missouri, City of Kansas City, MO  $   10,517,371 Provides digital divide internet access to residents of Kansas city Missouri
Panhandle Telephone Cooperative, Inc. Guymon, OK  $   24,263,148 Build out of broadband infrastructure of rural areas within the western Oklahoma panhandle area.
Delaware County Library System Meida, PA  $        300,000 The Delaware County Library System provides support services for 29 library locations. To date 18 library facilities have been connected to a fiber optic computer network shared by K-12 schools and county government. This is a project to find the connection to the remaining 11 locations.
Redwood IPTV LLC Loleta, CA  $   22,565,612 Provide middle mile and last mile service in Humboldt & Del Norte counties
Delaware Department of Technology and Information Dover, DE  $     6,142,961 The Delaware School and Public Anchor Institutions Connect project fills gaps in State's Broadband network left from Delaware's previous broadband initiatives. Funds from this grant would extend the state network deeper into specific community anchor institutions including schools, libraries and social service agencies making computers, internet, and video conferencing available to the public.
County of Armstrong Kittanning, PA  $   18,742,488 Regional Broadband Alliance (RBA) is a joint initiative by Armstrong and Indiana Counties PA to deploy broadband infrastructure in unserved and underserved areas. Funding will support the provision of affordable and reliable broadband access to residents, businesses, community anchor institutions and public safety entities; create jobs and stimulate the long-term economic growth in the counties.
Iowa Health System, Inc. Des Moines, IA  $   12,982,159 Iowa Health System seeks BTOP funding for a Broadband Infrastructure Middle Mile Project to extend high capacity network access to underserved healthcare providers and create a middle mile foundation for (i) extension of healthcare services directly to patients; and (ii) middle mile, open access, carrier neutral infrastructure available for other broadband-based services throughout the region.
Federation of Southern Cooperatives East Point, GA  $     3,904,778 The Federation of Southern Cooperatives will establish Broadband infrastructure in Greene, Hale, Sumter and Pickens counties in rural western Alabama and will sell access at competitive rates to subscribers. We and our partners, Stillman College and Specialized Health Services, will use Broadband at our Rural Training Center for distance learning, telemedicine and education courses to this area.
FairPoint Communications, Inc. Charlotte, NC  $     7,487,723 This project will expand high speed broadband to remote, underserved areas of Coos County a rural county in the North Country of New Hampshire. This is a last mile project (with some enabling middle mile components) that is critical to the region's competitiveness in a 21st century economy. Northern New England Telephone Operations LLC d/b/a FairPoint Communications-NNE is the co-applicant.
FairPoint Communications, Inc. Charlotte, NC  $     1,131,862 This project will expand high speed broadband to remote, underserved areas of Coos and Grafton Counties in rural North Country of New Hampshire. This is a last mile project (with some enabling middle mile components) that is critical to the region's competitiveness in a 21st century economy. Northern New England Telephone Operations LLC d/b/a FairPoint Communications-NNE is the co-applicant.
FairPoint Communications, Inc. Charlotte, NC  $     5,837,493 This project will expand high speed broadband to remote, underserved areas of Lamoille County in northern Vermont. This is a last mile project (with some enabling middle mile components) that is a critical component of the region's economic development. Telephone Operating Company of Vermont, LLC, d/b/a FairPoint Communications is co-applicant; other partners include Connect Northern New England.
Public Service Wireless, Inc. Reynolds, GA  $   14,849,412 Infrastructure build-out and broadband deployment for the purpose of serving rural areas in middle and southwest Georgia.
City of Danville, VA Danville, VA  $     1,500,000 Project description not provided.
Dobson Telephone Company Oklahoma City, OK  $     5,609,000 Broadband build out and deployment of rural areas in western and central Oklahoma.
CCI Systems, Inc. Iron Mountain, MI  $   21,950,955 This project will expand access to broadband in rural northeast Wisconsin and on Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
Northwest Open Access Network Tacoma, WA  $   93,910,095 Middle-mile network infrastructure development project within the State of Washington with the goal of expanding the open access architecture available in the Northwest.
Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc. Raymondville, TX  $   78,614,021 Development of broadband infrasturucture in un- and underserved rural areas of the south Texas Plains.
Hood Canal Telephone Co., Inc. Union, WA  $     1,573,700 Hood Canal Communications is requesting $1.5 million in funding to improve its broadband network and construct 13.5 miles of HFC facilities into a rural, unserved area of Mason County, Washington. In addition to improving broadband for thousands of its customers the expansion would provide broadband, Cable TV and phone service to 261 homes as well as critical community facilities.
Wes-Tex Telephone Cooperative, Inc. Stanton, TX  $   62,201,175 Project to develop broadband infrastructure to increase Internet availabilty levels and access speeds in rural areas of western Texas.
ZippyTech Incorporated Durango, CO  $     1,355,700 Deploy remote terminals and equipment to provide wireline broadband service to subscribers in rural areas of Colorado.
City of Lincoln Lincoln, IL  $     1,694,600 LincolnNet will provide broadband services to connect the City of Lincoln and Logan County to provide education, economic development, and government services. Lincoln and Logan County are underserved rural areas in Central Illinois that have excellent transportation, two premier colleges, and are poised for economic development, but have suffered from lack of high speed broadband.
MidAmerican Broadband Pipeline, Inc. Chicago, IL  $     8,902,800 MidAmerican Broadband Pipeline, Inc., will provide wireless and wire line broadband connection point in each qualifying, rural, unserved or under served Census Block, via a Middle Mile Sustainable Broadband Adoption program providing wholesale, redundant, high-speed broadband service for local Last Mile providers.
DOCOMO PACIFIC, INC. Tamuning, GU  $     4,604,500 Provision of high-speed broadband services to create jobs, provide benefits to educational, health care, and public safety organizations, and stimulate the depressed economies on the islands of Saipan, Tinian, and Rota in the Northern Mariana Islands
MidAmerican Broadband Pipeline, Inc. Chicago, IL  $     2,108,200 MidAmerican Broadband Pipeline, Inc., will provide wireless and wire line broadband connection point in each qualifying, rural, unserved or under served Census Block, via a Middle Mile Sustainable Broadband Adoption program providing wholesale, redundant, high-speed broadband service for local Last Mile providers.
MidAmerican Broadband Pipeline, Inc. Chicago, IL  $     4,610,800 MidAmerican Broadband Pipeline, Inc., will provide wireless and wire line broadband connection point in each qualifying, rural, unserved or under served Census Block, via a Middle Mile Sustainable Broadband Adoption program providing wholesale, redundant, high-speed broadband service for local Last Mile providers.
MidAmerican Broadband Pipeline, Inc. Chicago, IL  $     2,108,200 MidAmerican Broadband Pipeline, Inc., will provide wireless and wire line broadband connection point in each qualifying, rural, unserved or under served Census Block, via a Middle Mile Sustainable Broadband Adoption program providing wholesale, redundant, high-speed broadband service for local Last Mile providers.
Rapid Systems, Inc. Tampa, FL  $     4,945,846 This Hardee County Broadband Project, by Rapid Systems Inc, will make broadband available to 100% of the 9,800 households of Hardee County; FL, a rural county of 42 persons per square mile. 62% of the county is underserved. Children and public safety are accorded special attention in this project. There is a 1.76% multiplier of private funds to Federal grant funds. The project is sustainable.
County Wide FTTH, Inc. Owatonna, MN  $   48,147,681 This project will provide high speed broadband access to every home, business, government entity, and anchor institution in the entire county of Steele, the entire county of Dodge with the exception of an area already served by an existing incumbent provider. This project will be an open access network that will deliver current speeds in excess of 20 mbps and the capacity of 1 gbps per user.
IH SYSTEMS INC. Naperville, IL  $   60,631,790 The project will provide high-speed connectivity to unserved or under-served locations, computer training and technology leading cloud computing businesses located in high-need communities. High-speed connectivity and computer training centers through the creation of cloud computing capacity that provide a business and economic backbone where previously deemed uneconomical.
X-Press Net, Inc. Dallas, TX  $   26,973,380 This project will provide un-served and underserved residents, businesses, municipalities, civic organizations and churches high quality and high availability broadband internet, VoIP, and television services (future) utilizing state of the art digital radio technology. Special services related to tele-medicine will be offered to link hospitals to rural areas.
KTKA Holdings LLC West Lafayette, IN  $     2,818,950 Construct middle mile and final mile infrastructure in order to deliver a broadband speed of 5 to 7 megabyte connection speed to underserved and un-served subscribers. Subscribers in the targeted market are made of a mix between businesses, residential, home office, and public organizations. Our intent is to deliver a network which can sustain itself and keep up with technology advancements.
Riley Consulting Irmo, SC  $        830,356 Initiative to provide Broadband services to the the Carlisle, SC area for the public and private sector. This is a rural area with a 22% unemploymet rate and no broadband access. We are hoping to make a positive impact on the community with the introduction of broadband services and a computer center.
Reimer Communications, LLC Lexington, KS  $     3,057,100 Reimer Communications, LLC program to deliver broadband to Owen County eliminating the communications barrier in the development, growth, education, and financial opportunities of community residents and businesses.
Mushroom Networks, Inc. San Diego, CA  $        882,000 Mushroom Networks has recently introduced a highly cost effective premium Internet access service called Fusion Internet, which we shall deploy for schools and libraries in California, initially in selected "unserved" zip codes. The new high speed Internet service is cost effective since it uses the existing copper infrastructure, and is primarily enabled with special customer premises equipment.
UN WIRED WEB LLC Ripley, WV  $        660,200 Improve and expand existing wireless broadband service, and establish service for those areas lacking service, in the Jackson County West Virginia region.
Penasco Valley Telephone Cooperative Inc. Artesia, NM  $     9,589,267 A comprehensive proposal by Peñasco Valley Telephone's ('PVT's") cooperative to deliver high speed broadband to unserved areas in its ILEC territory. PVT will deploy fiber and electronics to allow for broadband service offerings to customers who are unable to access DSL today, include wireless capabilities for difficult to reach areas, as well as provide for additional fiber Capacity.
Siskiyou County Economic Development Council Yreka, CA  $   10,072,210 The Siskiyou County Last Mile infrastructure project will deliver broadband services to end users in Siskiyou County in currently under/unserved areas the central portion of the county. The limited availability that does exist in underserverd areas currently costs on average more than double that charged in metropolitan areas. 4495 new households will have access.
City of Columbia Columbia, SC  $   13,842,269 This project provides a middle-mile broadband delivery system that enhances community safety and facilitates last-mile broadband service delivery. The City of Columbia and Richland County will provide middle-mile infrastructure for public safety data service needs. With the infrastructure in place, Benedict-Allen Community Dev. Corp. will provide last-mile broadband services for underserved areas.
City of Santa Fe Santa Fe, NM  $     6,000,000 Santa Fe (SF)Regional Telecom Coalition is comprised of City of SF, SF County, SF Community College, & SF Indian School. SFRTC will deploy a regional open network to support community anchor institutions, critical community facilities, & economic development projects targeting underserved SF County areas. This network will also enable SFRTC to provide connectivity to unserved areas of northern NM.
ComPros, Inc. Altoona, PA  $     4,799,500 Our project will supply Middle Mile Connectivity in Blair, Bedford, Fulton and Huntingdon Counties of Pennsylvania. We will furnish Last Mile suppliers the infrastructure to provide various types of internet connections to businesses and household, along with providing county governments the microwave service they need to supply safety of life services.
WI-VOD Corporation Casa Grande, AZ  $   24,681,537 The proposed network will provide or enhance access to affordable high-speed Internet and applications to unserved and underserviced residents, businesses, community organizations, education providers, public service and safety agencies. WI-VOD's strong public-private partnerships with stakeholders ensure that constituencies and mandates requiring broadband access and delivery are being addressed.
Lawrence Freenet, Inc. Lawrence, KS  $     8,321,936 Lawrence Freenet, Inc. broadband initiative to expand infrastructure, enabling access to broadband services for the unserved rural residents of Douglas County and provide broadband access to the underserved throughout Douglas County.
New York State Office of Mental Health Albany, NY  $   36,910,310 New York State Telehealth Network connects clinicians in urban and critical health care facilities to the rural vulnerable populations in unserved and underserved areas. It makes telepsychiatry, emergency, and burn care accessible to the unserved and underserved populations in 34 New York counties, with a combined population of 2.66 millions.
Air Advantage, LLC Frankenmuth, MI  $   18,600,001 This project will bring Broadband to Last Mile consumers in the Michigan Thumb Area in the counties of Huron, Sanilac, and Tuscola and to rural census tracks in St. Clair and Lapeer Counties as well as selected rural townships in Oakland and Macomb Counties. Nearly 80,000 un-served and/or underserved households will have access to Broadband services as a result of this project.
Central Wisconsin Communications LLC dba Solarus Wisconsin Rapids, WI  $   10,563,350 Central Wisconsin Communications LLC, dba Solarus, proposes a shovel-ready middle mile fiber project that will facilitate broadband Internet access in Central Wisconsin communities that either lack or have only limited broadband access. The project will also link regional medical facilities, technology colleges, school districts, libraries, community organizations and public safety entities.
Township of Irvington Irvington, NJ  $   58,097,006 Irvington plans to employ Broadband Infrastructure embedded with Internet connectivity in the homes of residents least likely to afford such services beyond this project. Serving underserved, socially & economically disadvantaged areas, the project offers full potential for broadband access resulting in economic growth, job creation & broadband demand; education and public safety benefit.
Gateway to Success, Inc West Orange, NJ  $        747,500 Afterschool training program for 6th to 12th grade students in a city that has one of the highest murder rates per capita in the U.S.(Newark, NJ). We will provide transportation, nourishing meals, computer training, mentors, and tutors 6 days a week. Instead of being reactive and assisting at-risk youth after they have a criminal record. Our position is to be proactive.
Cyber Digital, Inc. Hauppauge, NY  $   18,508,000 Cyber Digital brings the richness, flexibility and economy of the Internet to the underserved and unserved areas of upstate New York and county municipalities in collaboration with the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Affordable services will be available to residential and business customers as well as all anchor institutions, such as hospitals, schools and county offices.
San Isabel Telecom, Inc. Greenwood Village, CO  $     7,233,748 The project will bring low-cost broadband access to residents and businesses throughout Eagle, Summit and Lake Counties in the State of Colorado. The project will also provide broadband access to 55 community anchor institutions in the service area including schools, hospitals, clinics, police departments, fire departments, ambulance districts, and search and rescue teams.
1Prospect.com, Inc. (DBA One Prospect Technologies) Crandon, WI  $   20,831,280 One Prospect, a tribal enterprise, formed a coalition of fiber/wireless providers, local governments and civic groups to offer broadband access to Wisconsin's Northwoods. Multiple technologies and partners will serve 122,000 residents in a rural area that is currently 91.4% unserved. The project offers access to 4 tribes in 6 rural counties across 5,700 sq. miles-all for under $250 per household.
Reliant Communications Inc San Diego, CA  $     9,000,000 The purpose of the San Diego Rural Broadband Project is to provide broadband internet service to as much of populated San Diego and Southern Riverside Counties as possible. Reliant Communications, Inc will focus best efforts on rural education, public safety and other anchor institutions while also providing broadband access to remote population within the service area.
Spillway Communications Maringouin, LA  $     1,560,000 The Spillway Communications Project will expand broadband access in the St. Martin, St. Landry, Iberville and Pointe Coupee Parishes. The SCP will assist the Act in the government's efforts to significantly expand the reach and quality of broadband services. The SCP will spur job creation; stimulate long-term economic growth, and narrow gaps in broadband deployment.
Arlington Housing Authority Arlington, MA  $     1,002,800 This new Community Center will be utilized to broaden our outreach programs to the residents of the Arlington Housing Authority including health safety and wellness programs, educational and training opportunities, parenting skills, child care, after school tutoring, counseling programs all geared to increase the health and well being of our residents through the use of Broadband Technology.
Richmond Connections, Inc. dba Richmond NetWorx Pittsfield, MA  $     3,661,000 Project to construct, equip and deploy a network operations management center to manage the western Massachusetts fiber ring proposed by the Massachusetts Broadband Institute. Building to be constructed in a brownfield redevelopment of a former manufacturing site owned by GE.
Miami-Dade County Miami, FL  $   88,565,854 The Miami-Dade County Public Safety/Special Purpose Broadband is a broadband infrastructure project that focuses on public safety. It provides a combination of reliability and performance capacities to meet the long term police, fire, public transit, vehicle traffic, and mobile worker (public service) needs of Miami-Dade County, Florida, while also enhancing broadband access to underserved areas.
State of Louisiana Board of Regents Baton Rouge, LA  $ 110,983,802 This multi-partner project of the Louisiana Broadband Alliance will target 21 parishes in rural Louisiana including those in the Louisiana Delta Region & our 4 Federally Recognized Native American Indian Tribes. The project provides access & use of broadband services to unserved areas to increase jobs, spur investments in technology and infrastructure, & provide long-term economic benefits.
Township High School District 211 Palatine, IL  $     9,623,712 The NSNC consists of 21 anchor institutions and is a regional broadband network that will enhance public safety, provide disaster recovery capabilities, and improve service delivery. This Network will serve as an economic stimulus to the area, create local jobs and support residents seeking employment and new training.
City of Davenport Davenport, IA  $   12,215,954 Improve access to broadband services by public safety agencies, schools, libraries, hospitals and community neighborhoods by deploying broadband wireless access to mobile and fixed users. Applications include video surveillance of schools and critical infrastructure for protection against criminal acts, advanced medical services, improved education programs, job retraining and community outreach.
Southern California Tribal Chairmens Association Pala, CA  $     3,031,619 Southern California Tribal Chairmen's Association is a multi-service 501(c)3 est.1972, a consortium of 19 federally-recognized Indian tribes in So-Cal. Keeping to its mission to serve the health, welfare, safety, education, cultural, economic & employment needs of its tribal members, we will deploy Internet to our tribal homes using our existing wireless network that serves our municipalities.
Myzio Networks, Inc Cumberland, MD  $     1,685,000 Bringing high speed internet connectivity to the rural areas and country mountainside of the Western Maryland tri-state region.
The Nimrod Group Frazier Park, CA  $   19,000,000 To develop,in cooperation with existing and other new service providers, expanded broadband infrastructure to unserved and underserved areas.
insideMyCity, LLC Irving, TX  $     6,588,685 insideMyCity, a proposed Rural CLEC, offering regulated and unregulated services to markets that have less than 1,500 homes and currently have one provider of service such as the local phone company. The funds from this Grant will be used to enhance residential and business communications as well as provide vital connectivity to remote fire, police, ambulance and public sector organizations.
City of Quincy Quincy, IL  $        995,904 This project will enhance the learning capabilities for all school and college age childern; provide greater access for public safety entities; provide Internet access for Adams County residents at the local Public Library, Senior Center and Salvation Army Kroc Center; provide a high-speed infrastructure for all local governement entities.
Telecommunications Mgmt LLC Sikeston, MO  $   10,884,000 The NewWave Communications Broadband Build-out plan will bring the latest communications technology to 13 rural communities throughout three states. The plan involves not only deploying this quality technology, but training members of the community how to benefit from it. Through this project, communities are able to advance their education, health care and business opportunities.
Illinois Rural Electric Cooperative Winchester, IL  $     3,749,200 This project transforms a fixed wireless Internet infrastructure to meet the federal bandwidth definition, immediately increases 2,600 users to 768 kbps, and adds facilities for broadband access in six, underserved counties. It also provides the bandwidth for the West Central Illinois Computer Centers application, envisioned to increase Internet educational opportunities throughout the territory.
Hometown Wireless LLC Franklin, TN  $        798,280 The proposed Hometown Wireless project will bring much needed broadband Internet access to the residents of Lincoln, Casey and Garrard counties. Today, these counties are largely unserved by broadband providers. This plan is to cover never the entirety of all three counties.
X-Press Net, Inc. Dallas, TX  $   20,230,035 This project will provide un-served and under-served residents, businesses, municipalities, civic organizations and churches high quality and high availability broadband internet, VoIP, and Television services (future)utilizing state of the art digital radio technology. Special services related to tele-medicine will be offered to link hospitals in rural areas.
Softcom Internet Communications Inc. Galt, CA  $     4,108,190 The Softcom Rural Expansion Project, located in Southern Sacramento and North San Joaquin counties, will provide 100% broadband availability at 3 Mbps down and 1 Mbps up to an underserved rural market. This market spans 447.93 square miles, has an average household density of 33 households per square mile, and will be fully built out at a cost to the government of $144 per household.
X-Press Net, Inc. Dallas, TX  $   20,230,035 This project will provide un-served and under-served residents, businesses, municipalities, civic organizations and churches high quality and high availability broadband internet, VoIP, and Television services (future)utilizing state of the art digital radio technology. Special services related to tele-medicine will be offered to link hospitals in rural areas.
Triplet Mountain Communications/San Carlos Apache Telecommunications Peridot, AZ  $   18,652,944 This project proposes to utilize federal stimulus funding to complete broadband infrastructure development to the rural and remote Arizona communities of (A) Superior, Miami, Globe, Peridot, San Carlos, Bylas, Pima, Thatcher, and Safford; and (B) Superior, Kearny, Hayden, Winkelman, Dudleyville, Mammoth, San Manuel, Oracle Junction, and Oracle.
Clear Network Communications, Inc. Grass Valley, CA  $        875,000 Purpose: To expand and enhance high speed internet access for residents and businesses in our area. Deployment will make use of existing infrastructure when possible and also include integration of new infrastructure. The challenges we face are geographic (mountains, hills) for Wireless; low population density and lack of DSL or Cable Internet; and foliage (trees) preventing Satellite Internet.
Howard County, Maryland Ellicott City, MD  $   99,116,800 The One Maryland Broadband Plan will interconnect 10 Maryland jurisdictions to a contiguous middle mile local government network that will serve millions of Maryland residents through direct connections to 866 community anchor institutions including public safety agencies; create and foster economic development through public and private partnerships to reach the unserved and underserved.
High Country Online LLC Mountain City, TN  $     1,498,787 High Country Online LLC, a small, woman-owned, SBA-certified HubZone (pending) company, seeks funding for the Appalachia High Country Broadband Infrastructure Project. The Project will provide affordable, non-discriminatory high speed broadband access to 'difficult to serve" underserved rural communities in northeast TN, southwest VA, and northwest NC.
Citynet, LLC Bridgeport, WV  $   34,490,338 Currently, the State of West Virginia as a whole is an Underserved or Unserved State that lacks any cost-effective and competitively served access to the Internet backbone. Citynet proposes a solution that utilizes next-generation broadband infrastructure to "broadband enable" more than 140 communities in a 25 county region as well as to further enable last mile broadband providers.
Tribal Lands Telecommunications, LLC Carbondale, CO  $        910,000 Native American Tribes have been sorely left behind in the global marketplace, let alone the economic prosperity of the United States. This proposal will bridge the digital divide for eighteen Native American Indian Tribes located in New York, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Idaho and Washington.
Delta State University Cleveland, MS  $        310,000 Delta State University proposes to increase the current bandwidth access for the Institution that will provide the ability to continue the critical need programs currently underway at the institution, as well as offer additional opportunities and outreach for the citizens of the region while simultaneously increasing the demand for improved broadband access from constituents in the region.
Richgrove School District Richgrove, CA  $        971,000 Provide Broadband access to all of Richgrove
Satview Broadband Ltd Reno, NV  $        397,000 To provide broadband services to areas that currently are not served or are under-served in the rural localities of Jackpot, Topaz and Wells, Nevada.
Eutaw, City of Eutaw, AL  $        992,359 The cities of Eutaw, Boligee and Union located in Greene County, Alabama in conjunction local companies, Sky Cablevision and Starlite Consulting, are implementing programs under the BIP and BTOP objectives to serve those in rural Greene County communities that are unserved and underserved with regard to broadband access.
PVT Networks, Inc. Artesia, NM  $   13,637,443 PVT NetWorks, Inc. addresses anchor institutions in Southeastern New Mexico to bring broadband to these critical community institutions as well as improve adoption of broadband for this area. Universities, government, police departments, and public schools requirements have been incorporated to bring broadband to classrooms, link schools and universities, and improve security.
Davis Voice & Data Tipp City, OH  $        207,000 We wish to bring economic stimulation to the forgotten areas of Ohio. We wish to educate and help people learn more about the benefits of the internet. We wish to create additional jobs for the community and our company.
WI-VOD Corporation Casa Grande, AZ  $   27,019,455 The proposed network will provide or enhance access to affordable high-speed Internet and applications to unserved and underserviced residents, businesses, community organizations, education providers, public service and safety agencies. WI-VOD's strong public-private partnerships with stakeholders ensure that constituents and mandates requiring broadband access and delivery are addressed.
Mississippi Valley State University Itta Bena, MS  $ 124,964,734 The MS Delta Broadband Expansion Project is designed to improve access to educational and economic development and to quality healthcare in the MS Delta. The design goal is to build a wireless carrier Ethernet network that supports the existing mobile network infrastructure as mobile operators expand beyond voice to bring high-speed data services to market.
Pine Telephone Company, Inc. Broken Bow, OK  $   18,954,394 The project will use innovative wireless technology to deliver affordable broadband service to portions of rural, remote and non-remote and economically disadvantaged Southeast Oklahoma (within the Choctaw Nation) to create economic growth and jobs and to enhance education, health care and public safety. PTC will keep rates affordable and will invest free cash flow to expand the system.
MetroServ Communications Pleasanton, CA  $     1,670,220 Our proposal is to work with the Covelo Indian tribal government for the implemenation of a broadband access network including Internet access for the population who is virtually cut off from any credible/sustainable internet access.
City of Shafter Shafter, CA  $               800 Extend the Shafter Broadband Network in newly annexed, under-served areas. The project will create a Point of Presence facility, interconnect at least two providers of Internet bandwidth and support existing and planned anchor institutions. The extensions are specifically designed to support current and emerging commercial and industrial developments in the region providing crucial jobs.
Cedar Falls Utilities Cedar Falls, IA  $     1,367,626 Cedar Falls Utilities (CFU) is applying for ARRA funds to extend the availability,affordability and speed of broadband services within the population centers of Black Hawk County, Grundy County and Butler County (Iowa). CFU operates an existing broadband system serving Cedar Falls, IA. If funded, CFU would extend this system into underserved areas of the aforementioned counties.
WI-VOD Corporation Casa Grande, AZ  $   16,952,664 The proposed network will provide or enhance access to affordable high-speed Internet and applications to unserved and underserviced residents, businesses, community organizations, education providers, public service and safety agencies. WI-VOD's strong public-private partnerships with stakeholders ensure that constituencies and mandates requiring broadband access and delivery are being addressed.
Mushroom Networks, Inc. San Diego, CA  $        637,000 Mushroom Networks has recently introduced a highly cost effective premium Internet access service called Fusion Internet, which we shall deploy for schools and libraries in Florida, initially in selected "unserved" zip codes. The new high speed Internet service is cost effective since it uses the existing copper infrastructure, and is primarily enabled with special customer premises equipment.
Executive Office of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (Office of Administration) Harrisburg, PA  $   49,790,000 This project would connect 514 Pre-K-12 schools, libraries, colleges and universities in a seamless network with high speed broadband. It employs a tested process of 'demand aggregation" to provide Last Mile service to 71 unserved and underserved sites while expanding Middle Mile capacity 900% in rural areas. It supplements and supports three other applications submitted by the state.
Mid-State Education District Little Falls, MN  $   65,213,019 The project will deliver advanced broadband solutions that enable County & City Government, MLB Ojibwe, K-12 & Higher Education, Healthcare, Law Enforcement, Community, Cultural & Arts Organizations, residents, businesses & visitors across our area to access high capacity Broadband services, decrease costs, enhance productivity & improve the economic & civic vitality of Central Minnesota.
Telecommunications Mgmt LLC Sikeston, MO  $        998,989 The Steele Broadband Build-out plan will bring the latest communications technology to Steele, Missouri. The plan involves not only deploying this quality technology, but training members of the community how to benefit from it. Through this project, Steele will be able to advance their education, health care and business opportunities.
City of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA  $   21,818,411 Philadelphia is woefully under-connected. City staff have poor network connections. Some police precincts have purchased their own Internet connections to have access in their stations. To address these problems, the City in partnership with community anchor institutions and organizations proposes to create a broadband strategy called the Digital Philadelphia Broadband Initiative (DPBI).
Clarendon Foundation, Inc. Las Vegas, NV  $   20,636,692 Network connects world's primary Internet peering point in Ashburn VA w lowest cost of bandwidth, to West Virginia, state w lowest broadband penetration, also lowest cost of electricity. High cost of bandwidth + power are barriers to market entry for ISPs. Symmetrical Internet service with guaranteed bandwidth. Attract Data Centers w low cost power to provide sustainability.
Leaco Rural Telephone Coop. Inc Hobbs, NM  $     5,172,326 Project description not provided.
Community Wireless of Charlestown, LLC Charlestown, IN  $     4,099,551 Continue to enhance the quality of life for Rural Americans by connecting at least 5000 more rural residents and businesses to the Internet at Broadband speeds. Increase the capacity to deliver high level Quality of Service to all customers. Continue providing free Internet access to our community at designated public areas (e.g. public libraries, community centers, etc.)
University of Louisville Research Foundation Inc Louisville, KY  $     6,582,774 University of Louisville, with innovative public/private partners, will extend functional broadband and e-health services in six underserved neighborhood areas in Louisville, Ky. We propose a dynamic strategy to increase speed, access and subscribership to achieve outcomes in e-health, safety, education, job creation and children's welfare. Economic benefits shall enhance revitalization plans.
WaveDivision Holdings, LLC Kirkland, WA  $     1,813,498 The proposed service area is Colfax, Placer County, California,which is currently unserved. Wave will extend its existing distribution facilities from the nearby community of Auburn to the proposed service area and offer five levels of residential broadband services ranging to speeds of 18Mbps down / 2 Mbps up and five levels of business broadband services ranging up to 100 Mbps symmetrical.
The University of Texas at Austin Austin, TX  $ 106,357,258 Texas Greenline Project will partner with USFon, a 501(c)(3) non-profit designate and fully certified CLEC in the State of Texas to develop and engineer low-cost solutions which focus on solving the 'middle-mile" problem for low-income communities. The project will create a new body of data relevant to designing policies to assist in connecting a historically underserved class of broadband user.
City of Waupaca, WI Waupaca, WI  $        678,246 Our project seeks to expand the existing WaupacaOnLine.net (WOL.net) wireless network in order to provide affordable broadband services to 600 new customers in the Waupaca area. The project consists of the construction of 27 Point of Presence (POP) locations and necessary appurtenances, customer premise equipment (CPE), network upgrades and one pickup truck w/tow-behind lift.
Hughes Network Systems, LLC Germantown, MD  $ 398,284,644 Rapid deployment of broadband last mile infrastructure for consumers, businesses, state and local governments, and critical community facilities in unserved and underserved areas
AtlantiCare Health Services Egg Harbor Township, NJ  $        699,800 Aimed at diabetics, these kiosks will enable remote access to physicians, provide reminders for annual eye exams, and an interactive information resource for patients. Broadband access will be supplied for patients from kiosks to be dispersed throughout Atlantic County. This program will enable patients to view their medical record and upload daily medical information.
Global Wireless Communications Tampa, FL  $   21,684,600 Deployment of wired and Wireless Infrastructure-Mesh Architecture Advantage Platform backhaul solutions to improve access to broadband services facilitate job-creation strategies located in State-designated economic zone, Economic Development district defined by DOC, Empowerment Zones or Enterprise Community and improve access for public safety agencies.
Consolidated Telcom Dickinson, ND  $   41,468,846 Infrastructure to provide broadband to rural areas beyond towns currently served.
Consolidated Enterprises, Inc. Dickinson, ND  $     3,791,781 Infrastructure to provide broadband to rural areas beyond towns currently served.
Mushroom Networks, Inc. San Diego, CA  $        441,000 Mushroom Networks has recently introduced a highly cost effective premium Internet access service called Fusion Internet, which we shall deploy for schools and libraries in Georgia, initially in selected "unserved" zip codes. The new high speed Internet service is cost effective since it uses the existing copper infrastructure, and is primarily enabled with special customer premises equipment.
Schatnet Internet LLC Bishop, CA  $     4,636,104 To Provision broadband internet to unserved and underserved areas in Eastern California and Western Nevada, as well as, bring more affordable, faster internet to areas where wholesale costs are high. Project will help rural areas in these counties to overcome digital divide, encouraging growth and development in the economy, communities, education, health care, business and information technology
Mushroom Networks, Inc. San Diego, CA  $        441,000 Mushroom Networks has recently introduced a highly cost effective premium Internet access service called Fusion Internet, which we shall deploy for schools and libraries in Illinois, initially in selected "unserved" zip codes. The new high speed Internet service is cost effective since it uses the existing copper infrastructure, and is primarily enabled with special customer premises equipment.
Homestead Development Boise, ID  $        647,280 Provide free internet service for 1535 units of low and moderate income housing in rural areas.
Lummi Indian Business Council Bellingham, WA  $     5,712,003 The Lummi Nation will expand access to high-speed broadband service for its members. The Tribe will implement a Public Computer Center at Northwest Indian College with branches at tribal schools, the Little Bear Senior Center and the Employment Center. The Tribe will construct a state-of-the-art Data Center, and implement a Command and Control Center to serve as a law-enforcement force multiplier.
AOC-XGEN Wireless, LLC Chantilly, VA  $   13,292,253 AOC-XGEN Wireless, LLC proposes to provide true broadband beyond DSL via a carrier-independent, fiber optic backbone, middle mile backhaul to 94,488 households in smaller and outlying communities in Northwestern Virginia. The lack of carrier-independence broadband backhaul has been a barrier to the delivery of competitive broadband to these users.
City of Glendale Glendale, CA  $     5,178,174 This project will provide basic infrastructure for: 1.Government Network - A Citywide governmental broadband network for city applications such as public safety & public works; 2.Public Hotspots - Public access to Internet at all City facilities such as libraries & parks; 3.Lease Fiber - Dark fiber for lease to firms to provide public or or private broadband access.
True Broadband Networks Kansasa City, MO  $        790,000 True Broadband delivers broadband access speeds of 10 Mbps upload and download to commercial and residential consumers at a fraction of the cost of DSL and cable. Our low pricing and cost savings allows everyone access to organizations both locally and globally that have adopted broadband to deliver and receive education, healthcare, entertainment, commerce and government services.
St. Louis Development Corporation St. Louis, MO  $   10,043,158 St. Louis Development Corp. (SDLC) and St. Louis Regional Exchange Collaborative (REP) propose to use BTOP to establish an integrated fiber optic communication network in the St. Louis Region. SLDC is proposing Last Mile new broadband infrastructure in an unserved area in North St. Louis City. REP's Middle Mile project application plans the adoption of up to 100% of existing infrastructure.
MCG PCS of Charleston, Inc. BETHESDA, MD  $     7,800,062 Provide wireless, high speed broadband to two underserved regions in Western New York State, bringing high technology services to the region at the lowest cost available, for the consumer, business, and anchor institutions, utilizing licensed frequency 3G/4G, 3 MB/s, radio technology. Emphasis will be placed on providing new options to economically challenged segments of the underserved population
Mushroom Networks, Inc. San Diego, CA  $        490,000 Mushroom Networks has recently introduced a highly cost effective premium Internet access service called Fusion Internet, which we shall deploy for schools and libraries in Louisiana, initially in selected "unserved" zip codes. The new high speed Internet service is cost effective since it uses the existing copper infrastructure, and is primarily enabled with special customer premises equipment.
MCG PCS of Charleston, Inc. Bethesda, MD  $     6,200,049 Provide wireless, high speed broadband to two underserved regions in Scranton/Wilkes-Barre/Hazelton/Lebanon/Carlisle, bringing high technology services to the region at the lowest cost available, for the consumer, business, and anchor institutions, utilizing licensed frequency 3G/4G, 3 MB/s, radio technology. Emphasis will be placed on providing new options to economically challenged areas.
Ysleta del Sur Pueblo El Paso, TX  $        952,578 The Tigua Broadband Project will increase Internet connectivity and usage of computers among the tribal community in an effort to make a significant difference in areas of economic development, education & employment, health care, and public safety in a Last Mile approach.
Adirondack Area Network, Inc Castleton on Hudson, NY  $     6,000,000 Project Purpose: Provide broadband access to remote, unserved communities in the Adirondack Park of Upstate New York where installation of broadband infrastructure is cost-prohibitive due to geographic isolation, climate extremes, mountainous topography, low population densities, and below average incomes.
Mushroom Networks, Inc. San Diego, CA  $        490,000 Mushroom Networks has recently introduced a highly cost effective premium Internet access service called Fusion Internet, which we shall deploy for schools and libraries in Ohio, initially in selected "unserved" zip codes. The new high speed Internet service is cost effective since it uses the existing copper infrastructure, and is primarily enabled with special customer premises equipment.
WaveDivision Holdings, LLC Kirkland, WA  $        689,627 The proposed service area is Sheridan, Placer County, California,which is currently unserved. Wave will extend its existing distribution facilities from the nearby community of Rocklin to the proposed service area and offer five levels of residential broadband services ranging to speeds of 18Mbps down / 2 Mbps up and five levels of business broadband services ranging up to 100 Mbps symmetrical.
Satview Broadband Ltd Reno, NV  $        184,410 This project will enable customers in the rural, remote, areas of Delta and Fillmore, UT. Currently, these areas don't have access to affordable high speed broadband. With the availability of affordable broadband residents will be able to conduct business, educate themselves and generally improve their lives.
Mushroom Networks, Inc. San Diego, CA  $        490,000 Mushroom Networks has recently introduced a highly cost effective premium Internet access service called Fusion Internet, which we shall deploy for schools and libraries in Pennsylvania, initially in selected "unserved" zip codes. The new high speed Internet service is cost effective since it uses the existing copper infrastructure,and is primarily enabled with special customer premises equipment.
Mushroom Networks, Inc. San Diego, CA  $        441,000 Mushroom Networks has recently introduced a highly cost effective premium Internet access service called Fusion Internet, which we shall deploy for schools and libraries in Tennessee, initially in selected "unserved" zip codes. The new high speed Internet service is cost effective since it uses the existing copper infrastructure, and is primarily enabled with special customer premises equipment.
Mushroom Networks, Inc. San Diego, CA  $        882,000 Mushroom Networks has recently introduced a highly cost effective premium Internet access service called Fusion Internet, which we shall deploy for schools and libraries in Texas, initially in selected "unserved" zip codes. The new high speed Internet service is cost effective since it uses the existing copper infrastructure, and is primarily enabled with special customer premises equipment.
Technology Council of Northwest Pennsylvania Erie, PA  $   16,070,797 The Technology Council of Northwest Pennsylvania is working with a team of four network providers to provide high quality broadband service to unserved and underserved areas in a region that includes Crawford, Clarion, Erie, Forest, Lawrence, Mercer, Venango, and Warren Counties with a focus on improving service to residential, anchor institutions, healthcare, education and public safety.
Gargoyle Technologies, Inc. dba Volo Broadband Urbana, IL  $        379,200 Use the Champaign County Broadband Backbone to supply internet to underserved and unserved areas of rural Champaign County.
Telecom Capital Group, LLC Richmond, VA  $   62,579,059 The goal of this project is to bridge sources of low cost wholesale Internet bandwidth to areas of Virginia and West Virginia that are unserverd, under-served, geographically challenged and/or lack 21st century telecommunications services and competitive pricing.
Lake View Towers Residents Association, Inc. Chicago, IL  $        171,394 Lake View Towers Residents Association (LVTRA), a not for profit corporation, will provide broadband service to an underserved population of low income households in a public computer center in Chicago, Illinois. The Lake View Towers Computer Center will provide broadband education, awareness, training and broadband access for low income, unemployed and aged persons residing at 4550 N. Clarendon.
Marquette Adams Telephone Cooperative, Inc Oxford, WI  $   19,905,101 Extend fiber optic service from existing Telephone Cooperative service area to unserved rural areas bordering our current territory. All customers in our current territory can get broadband services, digital cable television and voice service from us now. As a Cooperative we are committed to provide the highest grade of service at the lowest price that can insure a sustained reliable network.
WaveDivision Holdings, LLC Kirkland, WA  $     1,040,062 The proposed service area is Knights Landing, Yolo County, California,which is currently unserved. Wave will extend its existing distribution facilities from West Sacramento to the proposed service area and offer five levels of residential broadband services ranging to speeds of 18Mbps down / 2 Mbps up and five levels of business broadband services ranging up to 100 Mbps symmetrical.
Little Rock Housing Authority Little Rock, AR  $        185,308 LRHA propose to supply the needed infrastructure to provide end-user internet connectivity to residents in low-income public housing sites. It is in these underserved areas that the access will provide opportunities that include, but are not limited to online courses and/or degree completion, job search and employment resources, medical care information, and social service applications.
Little Rock Housing Authority Little Rock, AR  $        141,039 LRHA proposes to supply the needed infrastructure to provide end-user Internet connectivity to residents in low-income public housing sites. It is in these underserved areas that Internet access will give better opportunities that include, but are not limited to, online courses and/or degree completion, job search and employment resources, medical care information, and social service applications.
North Texas Telephone Company Byers, TX  $          42,000 This proposal is to upgrade the wireline capabilities of the rural telecom.
UnwiredWest LLC Eugene, OR  $        113,620 To deliver end user broadband internet service in a fast and reliable manner to an unserved region between Eugene and Triangle Lake in Oregon. We will refer to this area as Low Pass.
FUSE St. Louis, MO  $   36,453,000 We will launch a comprehensive communications program to educate and inform urban consumers regarding broadband usage. The ultimate goal of the project is to increase internet usage among minorities to help learning in poorly performing urban schools and to enhance healthcare in these communities. It will be developed in partnership with the community to raise awareness of broadband technology.
Supervision Inc. Wasilla, AK  $        110,066 'Blazing Bandwidth" addresses the limitations of the existing last mile cable transport infrastructure and cable modem system in Whittier, Alaska. Both these existing systems are running at capacity and unable to deliver broadband. This project upgrades the existing infrastructure so that the system can provide broadband service today and meet the needs and demands of tomorrow's customers.
Little Rock Housing Authority Little, AR  $        148,902 LRHA proposes to supply the needed infrastructure to provide end-user Internet connectivity to residents in low-income public housing sites. It is in these underserved areas that Internet access will give better opportunities that include, but are not limited to, online courses and/or degree completion, job search and employment resources, medical care information, and social service applications.
Little Rock Housing Authority Little Rock, AR  $                  -   LRHA proposes to supply the needed infrastructure to provide end-user Internet connectivity to residents in low-income public housing sites. It is in these underserved areas that Internet access will give better opportunities that include, but are not limited to, online courses and/or degree completion, job search and employment resources, medical care information, and social service applications.
BBN Inc. Wasilla, AK  $        529,498 'Coming of Age", a project which addresses the fundamental problem with communications in remote Alaska by providing a modern terrestrial alternative to the oligopolistic third world satellite system currently in place. Tanana and Manley Hot Springs, Alaska will be connected into the Alaska fiber backbone in Nenana, Alaska by a high capacity long haul carrier class microwave system.
52 Eighty LLC Alpharetta, GA  $     6,500,001 52
WaveDivision Holdings, LLC Kirkland, WA  $     3,044,233 The proposed service area, located in unincorporated Clackamas and Marion Counties, Oregon,is currently unserved. Wave will extend its existing distribution facilities to the proposed service area and offer five levels of residential broadband services ranging to speeds of 18Mbps down / 2 Mbps up and five levels of business broadband services ranging up to 100 Mbps symmetrical.
Wisconsin HighSpeed Broadband, LLC Little Chute, WI  $   62,176,973 Powerband provides high-speed fixed wireless broadband services to rural and underserved communities throughout Wisconsin. Powerband signficantly exceeds minimum broadband speed requirements and will always provide the highest speed possible to these areas, thus providing residents the maximum benefit and innovation from broadband stimulus funding and management experience.
Kaleidoscope Foundation, Inc. Little Rock, AR  $   20,000,000 This project will utilize Low Power Television spectrum to deliver broadband to rural and underserved areas in Northwest and Central Arkansas. The service will provide for low cost service to low income individuals, minorities, rural households and handicapped individuals. Service at market rates will be offered to others in the service areas.
King and Queen County, VA King and Queen Court House, VA  $   59,055,577 The project will provide last mile terrestrial broadband infrastructure to King and Queen County, VA. High speed broadband services will then be available to county residences, businesses, and critical community facilities. Public Safety Offices will also be direct customers as will community anchor institutions. The County currently has no high speed broadband available.
Digital Network Access Communications, Inc. Rochelle, IL  $        799,986 We will expand high speed Internet acess to several rural unserved and underserved areas in Illinois. We will deploy RUS approved gear with last mile speeds of up to 26 Mbps (down) and 2.5 Mbps (up) on one copper pair and 52 Mbps (down) and 5 Mbps (up) on two. As we do today, we will provide free and reduced price services to hospitals, schools and other governmental and nonprofit organizations.
Aurora, Illinois Aurora, IL  $     6,960,000 This project is Phase 2 of our plan to bring broadband service to areas of the city and partners that are currently underserved or in a poor competitive environment to include education, healthcare and economic development offering fiber optic, wireless and Internet connections. It will extend our municipal system to these partners and allow for competitively priced broadband Internet services.
Vanir Broadband, Inc. Manzanita, OR  $     1,750,240 The project plans to greatly expand and enhance our current broadband last mile delivery microwave system to the homes and businesses in both the unserved and underserved parts of the county. We will also greatly expand a more inclusive broadband internet delivery system, at much lower subscriber costs, to reach the lower income, unserved and underserved rural Tillamook County, Oregon.
Broadband Interstate Telecom Services Cumming, GA  $   37,432,123 Expansion and replacement of existing service
Lakeview Cable TV, Inc. Cache, OK  $     3,052,380 This middle mile project will interconnect 4 budget challenged school districts in southwest Oklahoma allowing them to share teachers and programs. The project includes a telemedicine application interconnecting critical community facilities. It also provides broadband services to and interconnects the unserved community of Indiahoma, and increases speeds in other communities.
Benton Ridge Telephone Company Benton Ridge, OH  $     6,696,862 The Benton Ridge Telephone Company intends to deploy a Fiber-To-The-Home (FTTH) system in the New Bavaria/North Creek exchanges in South Central Ohio. This system ensures a dedicated fiber optic connection for each customer and will provide broadband, television and telephone connectivity at very high speeds and exceptional reliability to a hard-to-reach underserved rural market.
UJet Holding B.V. Denter, NA  $ 144,738,815 - Targetting underserved BOP (Base of Pyramid) segment with ANNUAL disposable income around $1,500 - $3,000, and micro businesses. - Partnering with development community to bring social and economic stimulation programs to rural communities. - Promoting 
Eagle Communications, Inc. Hays, KS  $        959,300 Deliver affordable and reliable broadband service to the under-served communities of Enterprise and Detroit, Kansas. All residents,commercial businesses and critical community facilities will have access to broadband. The resulting goal is to insure long term community viability and quality of life.
Edgenics Inc. Hazlet, NJ  $ 402,357,000 The Edgenics Municipal and Enterprise Broadband (EMEB) Project focuses on building, deploying, maintaining and operating broadband infrastructure and Value Added Services, e.g. e-Learning Services, in rural Service Areas. The EMEB Project will expand our existing broadband network infrastructure which is financed by USDA RUS and was installed during 2008 to support pilot schools in six states.
WaveDivision Holdings, LLC Kirkland, WA  $        395,419 The proposed service area, which is currently unserved, is Panther Lake, Mason County, Washington. Wave will extend its existing facilities from Port Orchard to the proposed service area and offer five levels of residential broadband services ranging to speeds of 18Mbps down / 2 Mbps up and five levels of business broadband services ranging up to 100 Mbps symmetrical.
Rapides Parish Police Jury Alexandria, LA  $     6,907,930 ABLE provides broadband infrastructure for all of Rapides Parish, the 9th most populous and 2nd largest parish. The area has 75% unserved and 25% underserved areas. Centrally located, Rapides is the crossroads for travel in LA and the hub of Central LA. This capability will link institutions, agencies, residences and businesses via the fast-paced world of megabytes. It can end the 21.1% poverty.
WaveDivision Holdings, LLC Kirkland, WA  $        730,284 The proposed service area, which is currently unserved, is Tiger Lake, Mason County, Washington. Wave will extend its existing distribution facilities from Port Orchard to the proposed service area and offer five levels of residential broadband services ranging to speeds of 18Mbps down / 2 Mbps up and five levels of business broadband services ranging up to 100 Mbps symmetrical.
Eagle Communications, Inc. Hays, KS  $        997,600 Deliver affordable and reliable broadband service to the under-served community of Lincoln, Kansas. All residents,commercial businesses and critical community facilities will have access to broadband. The resulting goal is to insure long term community viability and quality of life.
City of Grover Beach Grover Beach, CA  $     1,967,333 Deploy a middle mile broadband network and support staff needed to market and operate it successfully. It will provide generous bandwidth allowing last mile competing providers to deliver services to unserved rural areas. It will promote economic stimulation by providing competitively priced broadband services. A redevelopment agency, in place, with committed funds makes it shovel ready.
Windfield Enterprise LLC Larkspur, CO  $        975,000 Kellin Communications intends to expand coverage of broadband to undeserved areas in Colorado . Kellin Communication's current business model is to provide Broadband to rural areas that are undeserved and has done so for five years the funding received would allow us to expand existing coverage areas and move into new coverage areas.
Sacred Wind Communications, Inc. Albuquerque, NM  $   24,137,099 Last mile component of Navajo Nation's Middle Mile BTOP for service on Navajo lands in New Mexico
Global Broadband Services Hagerstown, MD  $     7,632,413 The Company will offer broadband and Internet access in the County and to 15 fifteen schools. Students can access resources from their homes. Libraries, medical, community agencies and households which are underserved today will be served. An increase in broadband adoption in the 95% rural County will result from the present condition where greater than 79% of the households do not use broadband.
Howard Nathan Harper Deepwater, MO  $          88,068 This project will upgrade the Deepwater infrastructure in order to ensure high quality, un-interrupted high speed broadband speeds in excess of 1Mbps.
Navajo Nation ISP Action INTELEX Farmington, NM  $     2,825,000 Project description not provided.
WaveDivision Holdings, LLC Kirkland, WA  $        521,180 The proposed service area, which is currently unserved, is the Lower Elwha Reservation in Clallam Co., Washington. Wave will extend its existing distribution facilities from Port Orchard to the proposed service area and offer five levels of residential broadband services ranging to speeds of 18Mbps down / 2 Mbps up and five levels of business broadband services ranging up to 100 Mbps symmetrical.
WaveDivision Holdings, LLC Kirkland, WA  $        797,283 The proposed service area, which is currently unserved, is Glenhaven Lakes, Whatcom County, Washington. Wave will extend its existing distribution facilities from La Conner to the proposed service area and offer five levels of residential broadband services ranging to speeds of 18Mbps down / 2 Mbps up and five levels of business broadband services ranging up to 100 Mbps symmetrical.
Energy Field Security, Inc. Cory, CO  $     4,100,000 Project will provide middle mile broadband service to area of 1,000 square miles in west-central Colorado as first phase in providing service throughout the 5,800 square mile region. This sparsely populated area has several key resources to environmental national security and energy interests, including thousands of acres of forest service land.
WaveDivision Holdings, LLC Kirkland, WA  $        163,305 The proposed service area, which is currently unserved, is Eacrett Circle in Clallam County, Washington. Wave will extend its existing distribution facilities from Port Orchard to the proposed service area and offer five levels of residential broadband services ranging to speeds of 18Mbps down / 2 Mbps up and five levels of business broadband services ranging up to 100 Mbps symmetrical.
WaveDivision Holdings, LLC Kirkland, WA  $        351,596 The proposed service area is Breezy Point, Skagit County, Washington,which is currently unserved. Wave will extend its distribution facilities from the nearby community of La Conner to the proposed service area and offer five levels of residential broadband services ranging to speeds of 18Mbps down / 2 Mbps up and five levels of business broadband services ranging up to 100 Mbps symmetrical.
WaveDivision Holdings, LLC Kirkland, WA  $        634,645 The proposed service area, which is currently unserved, is Mission Lake, unincorporated Kitsap County, Washington. Wave will extend its existing distribution facilities from Port Orchard to the proposed service area and offer five levels of residential broadband services ranging to speeds of 18Mbps down / 2 Mbps up and five levels of business broadband services ranging up to 100 Mbps symmetrical.
WaveDivision Holdings, LLC Kirkland, WA  $        361,069 The proposed service area, which is unserved is McFarland Farms, Clallam County, Washington. Wave will extend its distribution facilities from the nearby community of Sequim to the proposed service area and offer five levels of residential broadband services ranging to speeds of 18Mbps down / 2 Mbps up and five levels of business broadband services ranging up to 100 Mbps symmetrical.
Nativo SatNet LLC Window Rock, AZ  $   48,355,500 Via solar-powered satellite and wireless services, Indian-owned Nativo SatNet, LLC will expand bandwidth to 60 underserved Native and Afro-American areas and connect 60 unserved areas, including 15 colleges and universities supported by United Negro College Fund Special Programs Corp. Areas include remote, rural, and underserved urban areas with nearly 500,000 individuals and 205,000 households.
Effingham County Board of Education Springfield, GA  $        202,000 This project will connect a new facility known as the Career Academy to the district's Wide Area Network. Through this connection, the district will be able to provide resources to the facility from an already established data center. Additionally, multiple options will become available to provide Internet Access to the facility from multiple vendors where only one is available at this time.
VegasWiFi Communications LLC Las Vegas, NV  $     1,000,000 Our plan is to identify and install affordable internet services in rural communities across America. Our basic infrastructure costs are less that $30,000 per community and provides high speed capabilities in areas that have little or no options. We have found that we can recover our costs in less than 6 months to become profitable. This equates to around 110 new customers in a 6 month period.
ConnectTo Communications, Inc. Glendale, CA  $     6,556,944 ConnectTo Communications, Inc. is proposing to provide Broadband Internet services to the rural areas of El Dorado County, California. There are more than 20,000 households and businesses within our proposed service area which are underserved and located in rural areas. ConnectTo possesses the knowledge, experience and expertise to successfully implement and provide these services.
CWLab International, Ltd. Thousand Oaks, CA  $   37,323,680 This project will start with Fresno, CA to set up a Farmer's Broadband Business Habitat capable to use Broadband as the base to transform the farm environment into a state-of-the-art business center for information, finance, telemedicine, distant learning, and smart grid energy applications. It will then be propagated to rural areas in OR, PA and IL under CWLab International's coverage.
Plainsnet, LLC Holdenville, OK  $        371,640 To provide low-cost, reliable broadband Internet service to unserved and underserved areas of South Central Oklahoma. This will increase the potential economic growth of the affected communities, as well as, job and educational opportunities.
Hampton University Hampton, VA  $     2,621,652 Hampton University, in a major partnership with the City of hampton, VA/. proposes to significantly expand their Public Computer Center capability to provide need-based education and training to low income, the aged, children and an uemployem
Airtemis Networks Inc Los Altos, CA  $     1,700,000 Airtemis has developed Rural Broadband Acceleration technology for increasing speed of downloads/streaming/real-time (Video,file) for Wireless & Wireline last mile & enhancing Video quality (Telemedicine, Distance Learning). Rural available Broadband speeds/quality are much lower than urban areas. With Airtemis Rural Broadband Acceleration Rural users have similar speed/quality as urban users.
Ambient Light Productions Jackson, WY  $        985,000 Install and operate a broadband network serving residents of Santa Cruz County Section 35, a rural area of unincorporated Santa Cruz County zoned R20 in the State of California.
Homestead Heartland LLC Sedalia, MO  $        935,000 This project will consist of building out into the areas of Johnson, Benton, Morgan, and Camden counties; which we do not currently cover.It will fill in the areas that we do cover and add competition to the areas that we are not currently serving.In addition,this project will update our infranstructure to continuously offer uninterupted service and increase our speed to a 3m by 3m at the end user
Government and Educational Broadband Services, Inc. Dallas, TX  $        504,003 This project utilizes wireless high speed broadband equipment to provide backbone capabilities between points of interconnect in Dallas and rural and under served markets. The broadband backbone will carry traffic for telemedicine purposes and for providing Voice, Video, Tiered broadband Internet, and mobile broadband Internet access in rural communities outside of the Dallas area.
Willingboro Public Schools Willingboro, NJ  $     1,659,500 High-speed digital connectivity is the backbone on which most educational technology services will be delivered in the next five years. To use these services effectively district-wide, a high-speed link to each school building is necessary. This project will provide the Willingboro School District with virtually unlimited bandwidth, security, and reliability at a fixed cost.
Rural Communities United Inc. Malibu, CA  $   25,297,400 Project description not provided.
Horizon Broadband, Inc. Benton, AR  $     3,350,000 The Horizon Broadband Rural Access Initiative will bring reliable high speed internet access to critical facilities and residents of portions of Saline, Grant and Hot Springs Counties of Arkansas. This new infrasture will provide an opportunity for critical facilities to operare more efficently and offer residence of this are expanded opportunites for work, education and communication.
Dallas County Schools Inc. Dallas, TX  $     1,520,000 This project enhances and improves upon the video-based services provided to students and teachers who are in districts that use Dallas County Schools IT Services. The goal of the project is to provide video conferencing, distance learning, video on demand, video streaming, media retrieval, video curriculum and visual surveillance via high-speed broadband network connectivity.
City of Corpus Christi Corpus Christi, TX  $   13,950,000 Created in line with ARRA Criteria to preserve, create and promote jobs by investing in infrastucture to provide sustainable jobs. The Data Center project will promote services both to unserved and underserved areas, provide access and support to community anchor institutions, strategic facilities and vulnerable populations. It will provide the use of broadband access to public safety agencies.
Hoosier Broadband Noblesville, IN  $        735,770 This project aims to provide broadband access to rural unserved areas of Bartholomew, Hendricks, Henry, Montgomery and Shelby counties in Indiana.
Rabbit Internet Services, LLC Clanton, AL  $        976,295 Provide broadband last mile service to unserved areas of Northern Atauga County.
Micronesia Self-Help TAMUNING, GU  $ 116,049,216 Networks proposed for Guam by MICRONESIA SELF-HELP HOUSING CORPORATION are 'Open Access Networks". MICRONESIA SELF-HELP HOUSING CORPORATION believes that access to high-speed broadband should not be limited to a select few, but should be equally available to everyone, from individual homes in a rural setting to major corporations.
Strategic Technology Communications, Inc. Phoenix, AZ  $        914,743 The Superior, AZ Broadband initiative will provide high-speed broadband service access to all of the constituents of this unique community. This service will greatly enhance public services, encourage local investment in housing and businesses and provide equality to the residents of the town in the form of competitive access to information and the ability to telecommute.

 

 

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