Wireless other broadband stimulus applicants

 

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Applicant Location  Total Request  Description
Siskiyou County Economic Development Yreka, CA  $   11,889,774 The project will deliver middle mile Broadband service using licensed Microwave radios that will be installed on existing state owned communication towers. The service will be delivered to last mile providers, such as, emergency services, local government, schools and local ISP's. This cost effective method will allow for affordable and wide spread access to the end user and consumer.
National Medical Wireless Broadband Alliance, LLC Newport Beach, CA  $   56,813,433 The Critical Links Project of the National Medical Wireless Broadband Alliance will install essential middle mile infrastructure for technology-neutral, open access wireless broadband systems in 70 hospitals in CA, AZ, NV and HI. This replicable project fills a gap in health care interconnectivity, fosters life-saving wireless innovations, supports EHR and improves public safety communications.
NE Colorado Cellular, Inc., d/b/a Viaero Wireless Fort Morgan, CO  $ 136,201,413 Viaero proposes to leverage its existing PCS business, including a network of hundreds of communications towers, established network operations, microwave backhaul network, customer care, billing and distribution channels (including 60 retail outlets) to provide wireless broadband throughout south and east Colorado and rural Nebraska at maximum speeds of 21 Mbps downstream and 5 Mbps upstream.
Kennebec Communications LLC Kennebec, SD  $   76,170,537 Kennebec Communications LLC's (KC) proposed Public Safety mobile wireless broadband network project will provide mobile broadband services to Public Safety, households, businesses, and key community organizations in the State of South Dakota The network is based on 4G wireless technology leveraging statewide 700 MHz licenses.
ART Leasing, Inc. dba FiberTower Broadband Corp. San Francisco, CA  $   51,380,148 The proposed project will bring critical middle mile infrastructure to unserved and underserved parts of the state. A hybrid architecture will be used to deploy high capacity MuniFrames® at 580 locations. Wireless carriers, last mile service providers, business customers, and community anchor institutions will have access to a range of broadband services through this infrastructure.
New York State Association of Counties Albany, NY  $   79,536,531 The purpose of this last mile project is to deploy a 700 MHz wireless broadband network for public safety use in nine (9) participating non-rural counties throughout New York State. This project will improve communications and interoperability for the state's first responders and will directly benefit the communities served by this network.
State of Tennessee Nashville, TN  $   20,900,000 Tennessee's turnkey solution-tower access and middle-mile connectivity to wireless providers-offers affordable service to residents of a 10,000-mi2 rural area. With a last-mile partner, we will expand access to 150,000 households, 180 public libraries, and nearby businesses. Together with two projects driving demand, we will bring broadband's economic benefits to distressed rural communities.
Worldcall Interconnect, Inc West Lake Hills, TX  $     9,051,848 This project coordinates with and provides a last-mile extension to the University of Texas "TOPP" middle-mile project. More than 75% of the areas in Blanco and Burnet counties are unserved. WCX has 18 community partners included in this application. The project is greater than 2/3rd loan and has both grant and significant non-federal matching. WCX is a certified ETC/ETP.
Worldcall Interconnect, Inc West Lake Hills, TX  $     9,191,252 This project coordinates with and provides a last-mile extension to the University of Texas "TOPP" middle-mile project. More than 75% of the areas served are unserved. The project is greater than 2/3rd loan and has both grant and significant non-federal matching. WCX is a certified ETC/ETP in Texas and controls the CMA 667 B-Block 700 MHZ.
Eskimos, Inc. Barrow, AK  $   29,123,068 Eskimos Inc. will bring modern, high-speed broadband Internet services to the residents of Barrow and Nuiqsut on the North Slope of Alaska by constructing a high capacity, middle mile, point-to-point microwave network. This 185-mile microwave system will connect Barrow to Nuiqsut and extend to an existing fiber network at Oooguruk, then via Prudhoe to terminate at urban ISPs in Anchorage, AK.
ART Leasing, Inc. dba FiberTower Broadband Corp. San Francisco, CA  $   38,036,832 The proposed project will bring critical middle mile infrastructure to unserved and underserved parts of the state. A hybrid architecture will be used to deploy high capacity MuniFrames® at 406 locations. Wireless carriers, last mile service providers, business customers, and community anchor institutions will have access to a range of broadband services through this infrastructure.
ART Leasing, Inc. dba FiberTower Broadband Corp. San Francisco, CA  $   37,112,294 The proposed project will bring critical middle mile infrastructure to unserved and underserved parts of the state. A hybrid architecture will be used to deploy high capacity MuniFrames® at 412 locations. Wireless carriers, last mile service providers, business customers, and community anchor institutions will have access to a range of broadband services through this infrastructure.
ART Leasing, Inc. dba FiberTower Broadband Corp. San Francisco, CA  $   11,915,811 The proposed project will bring critical middle mile infrastructure to unserved and underserved parts of the state. A hybrid architecture will be used to deploy high capacity MuniFrames® at 117 locations. Wireless carriers, last mile service providers, business customers, and community anchor institutions will have access to a range of broadband services through this infrastructure.
ART Leasing, Inc. dba FiberTower Broadband Corp. San Francisco, CA  $   19,078,831 The proposed project will bring critical middle mile infrastructure to unserved and underserved parts of the state. A hybrid architecture will be used to deploy high capacity MuniFrames® at 203 locations. Wireless carriers, last mile service providers, business customers, and community anchor institutions will have access to a range of broadband services through this infrastructure
ART Leasing, Inc. dba FiberTower Broadband Corp. San Francisco, CA  $   59,271,709 The proposed project will bring critical middle mile infrastructure to unserved and underserved parts of the state. A hybrid architecture will be used to deploy high capacity MuniFrames® at 614 locations. Wireless carriers, last mile service providers, business customers, and community anchor institutions will have access to a range of broadband services through this infrastructure
ART Leasing, Inc. dba FiberTower Broadband Corp. San Francisco, CA  $   50,575,788 The proposed project will bring critical middle mile infrastructure to unserved and underserved parts of the state. A hybrid architecture will be used to deploy high capacity MuniFrames® at 543 locations. Wireless carriers, last mile service providers, business customers, and community anchor institutions will have access to a range of broadband services through this infrastructure.
City of Bessemer, Alabama Bessemer, AL  $   13,133,872 The City of Bessemer will provide wireless broadband access to our unserved and underserved residents. The project will also enable community anchor institutions, such as schools, libraries, medical facilities, and public safety agencies, to enhance their own services. This project would promote long-term community economic development and also directly create 48 jobs.
Centennial Board of Cooperative Educational Services Longmont, CO  $ 178,500,000 Colorado Community Anchors pay 10 times the rate of neighboring states for 1/2 the bandwidth. Coloardo Community Anchors Broadband Consortium (CCABC), a collaboration of Public & Private entities lead by EAGLE-Net/Centennial BOCES proposes to connect 216 school and library sites across Colorado in a high speed broadband open access network that interconnects with other networks across the country.
Yonder Media, Inc. Reno, NV  $        757,350 Yonder Media, Inc. will deploy a Carrier-Class (Tier 1) wireless broadband network to the residents and businesses located in Comanche, Texas. The network will consist of up to a 3 meg connection for subscribers, and will be scalable to 1) expand reach to other central Texas communities and 2) increase throughput rates as demand grows.
Yonder Media, Inc. Reno, NV  $        819,950 Yonder Media, Inc. will deploy a Carrier-Class (Tier 1) wireless broadband network to the residents and businesses located in Brady, Texas. The network will consist of up to a 3 meg connection for subscribers, and will be scalable to 1) expand reach to other central Texas communities and 2) increase throughput rates as demand grows.
Yonder Media, Inc. Reno, TX  $        804,100 Yonder Media, Inc. will deploy a Carrier-Class (Tier 1) wireless broadband network residents and businesses located in Coleman, Texas. The network will consist of up to a 3 meg connection for subscribers, and will be scalable to 1) expand reach to other central Texas communities and 2) increase throughput rates as demand grows.
Aircell LLC Itasca, IL  $   65,322,570 Aircell seeks funding to improve public safety and consumer access to Inflight Internet service in the largely unserved U.S. airspace via Aircell's ATG commercial broadband network. Expanding Aircell's broadband system will allow Inflight Internet service to be more widely available for national security agencies and accelerate adoption by U.S. airlines and millions of domestic passengers.
Jedai Networks, Inc. Atlanta, GA  $     2,147,236 We are going to turn rural, underserved and unserved communities throughout the state of Georgia into a state-wide network of self-serving, self-sufficient broadband Internet service providers. Jedai Networks will provide the broadband infrastructure, telecommunication equipment, backhaul services, and training for local county governments to administer affordable broadband to their populations.
Jedai Networks, Inc. Atlanta, GA  $     3,857,057 We are going to turn rural, underserved and unserved communities throughout the state of Georgia into a state-wide network of self-serving, self-sufficient broadband Internet service providers. Jedai Networks will provide the broadband infrastructure, telecommunication equipment, backhaul services, and training for local county governments to administer affordable broadband to their populations.
Jedai Networks, Inc. Atlanta, GA  $     6,550,508 We are going to turn rural, underserved and unserved communities throughout the state of Georgia into a state-wide network of self-serving, self-sufficient broadband Internet service providers. Jedai Networks will provide the broadband infrastructure, telecommunication equipment, backhaul services, and training for local county governments to administer affordable broadband to their populations.
Jedai Networks, Inc. Atlanta, GA  $     3,860,573 We are going to turn rural, underserved and unserved communities throughout the state of Georgia into a state-wide network of self-serving, self-sufficient broadband Internet service providers. Jedai Networks will provide the broadband infrastructure, telecommunication equipment, backhaul services, and training for local county governments to administer affordable broadband to their populations.
Jedai Networks, Inc. Atlanta, GA  $     2,037,847 We are going to turn rural, underserved and unserved communities throughout the state of Georgia into a state-wide network of self-serving, self-sufficient broadband Internet service providers. Jedai Networks will provide the broadband infrastructure, telecommunication equipment, backhaul services, and training for local county governments to administer affordable broadband to their populations.
Jedai Networks, Inc. Atlanta, GA  $     5,258,707 We are going to turn rural, underserved and unserved communities throughout the state of Georgia into a state-wide network of self-serving, self-sufficient broadband Internet service providers. Jedai Networks will provide the broadband infrastructure, telecommunication equipment, backhaul services, and training for local county governments to administer affordable broadband to their populations.
Jedai Networks, Inc. Atlanta, GA  $     2,080,052 We are going to turn rural, underserved and unserved communities throughout the state of Georgia into a state-wide network of self-serving, self-sufficient broadband Internet service providers. Jedai Networks will provide the broadband infrastructure, telecommunication equipment, backhaul services, and training for local county governments to administer affordable broadband to their populations.
Jedai Networks, Inc Atlanta, GA  $     6,786,313 We are going to turn rural, underserved and unserved communities throughout the state of Georgia into a state-wide network of self-serving, self-sufficient broadband Internet service providers. Jedai Networks will provide the broadband infrastructure, telecommunication equipment, backhaul services, and training for local county governments to administer affordable broadband to their populations.
Jedai Networks, Inc. Atlanta, GA  $     6,199,671 We are going to turn rural, underserved and unserved communities throughout the state of Georgia into a state-wide network of self-serving, self-sufficient broadband Internet service providers. Jedai Networks will provide the broadband infrastructure, telecommunication equipment, backhaul services, and training for local county governments to administer affordable broadband to their populations.
Jedai Network, Inc. Atlanta, GA  $     3,447,320 We are going to turn rural, underserved and unserved communities throughout the state of Georgia into a state-wide network of self-serving, self-sufficient broadband Internet service providers. Jedai Networks will provide the broadband infrastructure, telecommunication equipment, backhaul services, and training for local county governments to administer affordable broadband to their populations.
Jedai Networks, Inc. Atlanta, GA  $     2,002,356 We are going to turn rural, underserved and unserved communities throughout the state of Georgia into a state-wide network of self-serving, self-sufficient broadband Internet service providers. Jedai Networks will provide the broadband infrastructure, telecommunication equipment, backhaul services, and training for local county governments to administer affordable broadband to their populations.
Jedai Network, Inc. Atlanta, GA  $     3,554,871 We are going to turn rural, underserved and unserved communities throughout the state of Georgia into a state-wide network of self-serving, self-sufficient broadband Internet service providers. Jedai Networks will provide the broadband infrastructure, telecommunication equipment, backhaul services, and training for local county governments to administer affordable broadband to their populations.
Jedai Networks, Inc. Atlanta, GA  $     3,839,177 We are going to turn rural, underserved and unserved communities throughout the state of Georgia into a state-wide network of self-serving, self-sufficient broadband Internet service providers. Jedai Networks will provide the broadband infrastructure, telecommunication equipment, backhaul services, and training for local county governments to administer affordable broadband to their populations.
Jedai Networks, Inc. Atlanta, GA  $     1,924,666 We are going to turn rural, underserved and unserved communities throughout the state of Georgia into a state-wide network of self-serving, self-sufficient broadband Internet service providers. Jedai Networks will provide the broadband infrastructure, telecommunication equipment, backhaul services, and training for local county governments to administer affordable broadband to their populations.
Yonder Media, Inc. Reno, NV  $        665,200 Yonder Media, Inc. will deploy a Carrier-Class (Tier 1) wireless broadband network to the residents and businesses located in Dublin, Texas. The network will consist of up to a 3 meg connection for subscribers, and will be scalable to 1) expand reach to other central Texas communities and 2) increase throughput rates as demand grows.
Thunderbird Broadband, Inc. Lake Stevens, WA  $        885,000 We wish to supply last mile access to residents, schools, fire and rescue services in areas not served by any broadband companies. This will include point to point microwave radio links into the areas and then wireless access points and customer radios to supply high speed broadband to the end users.
Webpass Inc. San Francisco, CA  $        399,624 Webpass will design and build a new 100 full duplex wireless Ethernet bridge that operates in the 24 GHz license free spectrum. The product provides Webpass and other wireless Internet companies a cheaper and faster point to point link than currently available.
Webpass Inc. San Francisco, CA  $        485,000 Webpass will design and build a new 100 full duplex wireless Ethernet bridge that operates in the 60 GHz license free spectrum. The product provides Webpass and other wireless Internet companies a less expensive point to point link than currently available.
Howard University Washington, DC  $   24,164,794 The project will provide mobile wireless broadband service using IBurst to underserved communities in Maryland. We will leverage these infrastructure resources to enhance healthcare, education services, energy, other business development opportunities in Maryland.
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