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Applicant Location  Total Request  Description
City of Santa Clara Santa Clara, CA  $3,631,305 The Santa Clara Public Safety Broadband Network project will deploy wireless broadband infrastructure across 100% of the city. The project supports BTOP statutory purposes, provides reliable, secure, highly available broadband communications services to police, fire, and first responders, and enables critical public safety applications for improved services.
Whitespace, LLC dba Wavelinx Oklahoma City, OK  $10,742,485 Over the next 24 months Wavelinx will bring affordable broadband Internet service to over 850,000 Oklahomans in around 220 underserved rural communities. This system will provide 3Mbps down and 1Mbps up to all subscribers, with higher speeds available based on the subscribers individual needs. Wavelinx broadband will be available to over 380,000 households and 39,000 businesses.
C & W Communications Inc. Hot Spring, AR  $999,830 This project will bring a multi-tiered wireless service into the remote and under served areas of Arkansas. We propose that, by the use of development, we will upgrade and provide services to the end user in a cost effective manner. Services will increase local productivity, advance small business works, ease government affairs and provide educational opportunities currently not seen.
Bay Springs Telephone Company, Inc. Bay Springs, MS  $8,440,189 Bay Springs Telephone Company, Inc. proposes to utilize ARRA funding through the RUS BIP to improve the economic and educational opportunities for residents within the Mississippi counties of Jasper, Jones, Scott, Smith and Rankin. The project will make high-speed broadband data available to a large number of unserved and underserved households within its 100% rural service territory.
New Era Broadband, LLC Coolville, OH  $2,954,926 This last-mile infrastructure project will provide fixed point to multi-point wireless broadband service to unserved households, businesses, and critical service facilities in rural Meigs County, Ohio.
Brainstorm Internet, Inc. Durango, CO  $3,412,192 The Southwest Colorado Community Connect project (Brainstorm Internet, Inc.) will provide 1 - 10MB of wireless broadband to 26,543 households and 9,598 businesses/firms in remote, rural underserved areas of La Plata and Montezuma County, CO. This project will serve more than 100 critical community anchor institutions within the proposed funded service area
Kanawha County Commission Charleston, WV  $256,018 Project will provide free public Internet access to citizens and businesses at the Courthouse Complex. Furthermore, it will enable law enforcement agencies including county prosecutors to manage cases between buildings without significant service interruption.
Tel Serv Communications Aberdeen, ND  $11,981,803 The Northeast South Dakota Rural Broadband Project will create an interconnected wireless broadband super-highway linking 12 underserved counties across an area of 13,348.25 square miles in Northeast South Dakota. The project will impact a population of 62,283, including 28,313 households, 8129 businesses, 11 critical community facilities, 32 anchor institutions, and 11 public safety entities.
Rural Communities United Malibu, CA  $25,925,200 We are proposing an innovative, scalable wireless last mile solution tailored to rural and frontier communities. Our system is the world's first truly Ethernet system. It enables RCU to offer the first anywhere, anytime IP wireless/mobile broadband access network at up to 300 Mbps, meaning an isolated rural community can have reliable broadband service at a lower cost than traditional offerings.
ALLCITY WIRELESS, LLC Annapolis, MD  $13,054,000 Residents of the southern portion of the Delmarva Peninsula need a broadband communications network to have equal access to government and education services, and to participate fully in the 21st Century economy. The Project will create a rural broadband wireless network to provide affordable high-speed wireless broadband connectivity to all the households on the Virginia Eastern Shore.
Bend Cable Communications, LLC Bend, OR  $4,125,744 Wireless broadband over licensed spectrum is the most economical way to reach underserved, low density areas for access to education, healthcare and employment opportunities in rural Central Oregon. Unemployment in much of the service area far exceeds of the national average; broadband will provide economic growth and job creation.
Rural Broadband LLC Laurel, MT  $8,414,190 Rural Broadband would like to expand its current Yellowstone county wireless Internet service into the rural areas of 14 Montana counties. We would like to provide middle mile backhaul, with wholesale Internet available for all critical community facilities and other ISP's. We also wish to provide affordable, reliable Internet service to all small businesses and residents residing within our area.
Freedom Wireless Broadband, LLC Sykesville, MD  $9,312,031 Freedom Wireless Broadband (FWB) proposes to build out a wireless broadband network to provide Internet access service to all communities, businesses, government agencies, anchor institutions and Public Safety entities throughout Carroll County, Maryland. With funds from this grant FWB intends to create ubiquitous broadband availability in the county using wireless technology.
Sky Runner, Inc. Asheville, NC  $175,575 This project will provide broadband fixed-wireless Internet access to all residents of Rutherford County who have line-of-sight contact with Skyrunner's proposed network of transmitters.
GovNET LLC Scottsdale, AZ  $44,859,242 GovNET seeks loan funds to build a statewide Arizona Middle Mile infrastructure project bringing high speed Internet to unserved/underserved markets, while supplying local Last Mile service providers the bandwidth to extend to the rural consumer. GovNET will also connect rural High Schools, Libraries, and Hospitals, providing desperately needed capacity to make a difference in lives immediately.
Black ICE Technologies, LLC Paulsboro, NJ  $4,881,489 This proposed Terrestrial Broadband Internet Services project is to build a mobile WiMAX network that will provide end users with quadruple play services (voice, video, broadband Internet, and wireless) in rural and suburban areas which will bridge the digital divide throughout the state of New Jersey.
Vanu Coverage Co. Cambridge, MA  $15,759,650 Vanu Coverage Co. proposes to deploy a multi-standard wireless network and operate as a wholesale provider to existing retail wireless operators. This unique approach will bring voice and broadband data, as well as service provider choice, to unserved and underserved areas in Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, and Maine where broadband deployments previously have been cost-prohibitive.
City of Cudahy Cudahy, CA  $2,650,000 The City of Cudahy is applying for broadband technology funds to provide free wireless Internet for low income residents of our community. Cudahy, one of the most densely packed urban cities in Los Angeles County, has staggering rates of unemployment, crime, high school dropouts and minimum wage job earners. This broadband access projects seeks to decrease the digital divide for residents.
Hudson Valley Wireless Albany, NY  $1,210,949 Hudson Valley Wireless and Rensselaer County, NY have partnered to deliver Broadband Internet Access to rural areas and strengthen critical Public Safety Communications. The City of Troy, NY is in a flood plain along with the 911 (PSAP). Existing towers will be used to deliver backup 911 Trunks over the upgraded microwave links and broadband service to rural areas.
Wirelessland Technologies, Inc. Ripley, MS  $739,062 Wirelessland Technologies (WLT) seeks to expand its current broadband network in Winston County, Mississippi by adding 900 MHz point to multipoint wireless broadband to it's current 2.4 GHz tower sites for the improved throughput. In addition, WLT seeks funding to add tower sites in the underserved communities of Highpoint and Louisville in Winston County, MS.
Twin Valley Telephone, Inc. Miltonvale, KS  $7,386,343 Twin Valley Telephone (TVT) proposes to provide last-mile, broadband access to underserved rural areas of north central Kansas. Using licensed and registered wireless spectrum, TVT will leverage its existing state-of-art fiber optic network and rely upon its experienced management team in rapidly deploying affordable broadband service at speeds up to 10 Mbps.
Communications Infrastructure Group, LLC Atlanta, GA  $1,231,892 CIG is proposing to develop six new tower sites located in rural, underserved Marion and Sequatchie Counties, Tennessee. It will provide increased speeds and enhanced services through a flexible, technology-neutral communications infrastructure for use by all broadband users, including public safety, health care and educational services.
ENMR Telephone Cooperative, Inc. dba ENMR-Plateau Clovis, NM  $11,252,065 Construct middle mile infrastructure to support critical community facilities and community anchor institutions including education, health care, and public safety in several New Mexico communities. The infrastructure will provide high speed broadband with capabilities up to 1 Gbps and beyond for special access and Internet connectivity.
GTC, Inc. Port Saint Joe, FL  $137,447 Funding from the ARRA will bring broadband access to residents of Dog Island, Florida. GTC, Inc. d/b/a FairPoint Communications' project will install a state-of-the-art Ethernet microwave along with broadband carrier facilities on the island. This project will bring needed Internet access to a completely unserved area.
Strategic Technology Communications, Inc. Phoenix, AZ  $3,328,529 The La Paz County Broadband Initiative is will provide critical broadband connectivity to the towns of Bouse, Parker, Quartzite and the Colorado River Indian Tribe. This area on the West, Central border of AZ and completely isolated from mainstream connectivity. Strategic Technology Communications will provide last mile connectivity via wireless infrastructure to all residents in this area.
City of Boston Boston, MA  $7,947,999 A last mile network, backhauled on City's existing fiber network, with new middle mile high-speed connection to City fiber from public housing. The network will provide free in-home Internet access at 3/1mbps to City's lowest income, most vulnerable,majority-minority citizens in underserved neighborhood and public safety 'hot spots" enabling field access by police to crime fighting data.
@Link Services LLC Oklahoma City, OK  $1,274,757 @Link Services proposes to improve broadband infrastructure in areas contiguous to the current service areas that are underserved. @Link will improve the coverage of existing towers to serve difficult to serve households with a documented demand for servi
City of Sandy Oregon Sandy, OR  $749,085 The Sandy Broadband Infrastructure Project will provide broadband service to an underserved rural area. It will improve and expand wireless Internet service provided by SandyNet, a municipal Internet service provider operated by the City of Sandy. The project will add new antenna towers upgrade equipment to 8mbps capacity, and provide fiber backhaul.
California Rural Service Area #1, Inc. (referred to as U.S. Cellular) Chicago, IL  $2,951,002 U.S. Cellular will further its commitment to rural California by providing broadband largely over its existing wireless network. This shovel-ready project can bring the promise of the Internet to rural, underserved and vulnerable populations faster and cheaper than any other technology - while also providing jobs, spurring economic growth and enhancing public safety.
Rescue Partners Of Atlanta LLC Smyrna, GA  $1,740,200 This proposal is to build a Wireless Network Grid for all of District #3 an underserved portion of Atlanta, Ga. known as "The Historical Westside. Grid coverage will include Atlantic Station & The Marrietta Corridor. Several educational institutions will benefit from this coverage. The wireless mesh is intended for elementary, high school, & college students, as well businesses & residents.
VistaNet Ventures, Inc Sebring, FL  $66,086,850 Our proposed Florida 'High-Speed Heartland" Project will bring the benefits and economic opportunities of a universal and affordable broadband access network to the residents, businesses, and public organizations in Florida Heartland region, a Rural Area of Critical Economic Concern (RACEC), through deployment of a high performance wireless broadband network.
SIMPLY BITS, L.L.C. Tucson, AZ  $6,182,390 Design and develop Middle Mile and Last Mile Fixed Wireless infrastructure in Santa Cruz and lower Pima County. Local provider will bring high-speed broadband service to un-served and under-served area and provide quality high-speed Internet connections to facilitate tele-medicine and emergency services, and increase access for education, public safety, commercial and residential uses.
North Dakota Co. d/b/a SRT Minot, ND  $8,477,812 North Dakota Network Company D/B/A SRT PCS Wireless, a subsidiary of SRT Communications, Inc., proposes a build out plan to serve 71 rural communities within North Dakota. This project will provide needed broadband services, both mobile and fixed, to households, business, and key community organizations that are currently underserved.
City of Santa Cruz Santa Cruz, CA  $210,529 The Santa Cruz Digital Infrastructure Accessibility Project seeks to increase accessibility and reliability of high bandwidth Internet connectivity in Santa Cruz by creating redundant, high speed wireless connections to underserved populations whose ability to access the Internet is impacted by economic factors.
Reliable Link Dothan, AL  $2,482,872 It is our intentions to buildout a Wireless Internet system that will provide the outer parts of Houston County with a high-speed Internet solution. This area is had been without an option for access to the benefits of a high-speed solution because of cost of build out.
Cleveland, City of Cleveland, OH  $15,087,499 Cleveland envisions a robust citywide wireless network infrastructure that will provide citizens, businesses, social institutions and visitors with access throughout the entire city. This infrastructure will be driven by the development and integration of collaborative public and private partnerships, and will support end-to-end wireless enterprise application solutions for the city's constituents
Agavue LLC Albuquerque, NM  $17,297,475 Broadband wireless deployment across northern rural New Mexico
dmod Inc. Dallas, TX  $538,543 This project is to provide a new type of highly efficient RF power amplifiers for wireless base stations. By incorporating this new technology, initial capitol expenses as well as the overall operating costs for new base stations can be significantly reduced, resulting in lower access costs to the consumer.
Agavue, LLC Albuquerque, NM  $59,006,895 Broadband wireless deployment across Texas
Advanced Regional Communication Cooperative Inc Clarion, PA  $7,856,399 Remote advanced communications project providing last mile service to a underserved area within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania through a reliable open access wireless network system owned and operated by a regional cooperative.
Techcore Consultants II, DBA Almega Bedford, TX  $4,850,922 California and Oregon rural wireless and HFC broadband deployment
Electronic Solutions, Inc. Roxboro, NC  $3,008,500 Install wireless broadband system to serve all homes, businesses and public facilities in Person County.
Pixius Communications, LLC Wichita, KS  $55,323,931 Pixius Communications, LLC is requesting grant funding to construct a wireless middle mile network that will support (1) the expansion of Pixius's wireless broadband service in rural unserved and underserved areas and (2) provision of new wireless services by other carriers. The project covers 98 counties in Kansas and certain surrounding counties in Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska and Oklahoma.
Fresno County Superintendent of Schools Fresno, CA  $4,480,000 Wireless broadband connectivity for rural Fresno County in underserved, agricultural Central California. The partners: Fresno County Schools, libraries, cities and colleges seek to remove barriers to digital access. The project will serve over 300 community anchor institutions including: educational facilities, computer centers, city offices, hospitals, health clinics, and transportation center.
Mid-Atlantic Broadband Cooperative South Boston, VA  $16,044,290 Mid-Atlantic Broadband Cooperative will extend our open access middle-mile fiber optic network to K-12 schools and vital community anchor institutions in unserved and underserved areas of Southern Virginia. Once completed, over 200 schools and 100,000 students will have access to an advanced network that will enrich K-12 education, trim costs and enhance economic growth.
Native American Community Development Corporation Browning, MT  $323,000 Middle Mile - 150Mb Microwave connection to St. Mary Valley from Browning, Montana. Last Mile - Wireless 700 Mhz Broadband Internet delivery to St. Mary and Babb Communities.
Techcore Consultants II, DBA Almega Beford, TX  $8,021,602 Broadband wireless and HFC deployment across rural Virginia
Electric Plant Board of the City of Hopkinsville DBA Hopkinsville Electric System Hopkinsville, KY  $10,313,820 Hopkinsville Electric System proposes to build a wireless broadband network throughout Christian and Todd counties in Kentucky to provide the unserved residents of the two counties with the opportunity to subscribe to and receive broadband Internet service.
New York State Association of Counties Albany, NY ########### Project Description: The purpose of this last mile project is to deploy a 700 MHz wireless broadband network for public safety use in twenty-seven (27) participating 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.
International Network Technologies Seattle, WA  $60,993,199 Construct and Operate a wireless broadband network in 34 counties in Southern Illinois. When completed the network will pass over 425,000 homes, 80,000 businesses and 750+ anchor community institutions. Further the network will pass in excess of 50,000 homes that currently have no access to broadband services. Finally the network will creat numerous full time jobs in the counties we serve.
AireMedia, LLC Little River, SC  $6,487,372 With the Columbus County Rural Broadband project, we propose to build the infrastructure for a terrestrial fixed wireless network located in the most underserved areas of Columbus County, North Carolina. The network will provide broadband coverage to 5,647 households and 173 businesses within 300 square miles of the of the County. This network will be capable of providing over 10MB to the customer
Arizona Nevada Tower Corporation Las Vegas, NV  $16,053,045 ANTC & LV.NET are partnering to deliver universal 3.0MBps wireless broadband internet service to more than 25,000 homes & 2,800 businesses in 29 service areas containing 33 communities in rural Nevada. The proposed network will extend more than 700 miles of microwave backhaul & create infrastructure capable of providing mobile coverage to more than 1200 miles along 14 connected highway corridors.
City of Richmond Richmond, CA  $6,698,832 The Richmond Broadband Accessibility Project is an innovative partnership between the City of Richmond and community organizations to bring free wireless service to residents in the underserved neighborhoods of central Richmond. The project will also provide high-speed fiber connections for libraries, community centers, police and fire stations, security cameras and other assets in the same area.
BySky Inc. Waterford, MI  $194,760 Expansion of our existing wireless broadband network to cover additional ONLY UNSERVED rural areas of Colorado. The service area being applied for ADDS to our existing network and utilizes existing back-end infrastructure to provide terrestrial wireless broadband services to remote unserved regions.
Ellis County Texas Internet Service Provider, Inc. Waxahachie, TX  $722,574 Expansion of ECTISP wireless network in Navarro, Hill, Ellis, and Limestone Counties, Texas.
Virginia Broadband, LLC Culpeper, VA  $23,903,381 Virginia Broadband, LLC ("VABB") is an established Wireless ISP in rural Virginia, headquartered in Culpeper, serving 3697 subscribers. VABB is seeking a loan to complete the last mile infrastructure in areas where VABB cannot secure commercial funding to reach many unserved and underserved private residences, businesses and anchor institutions.
Anniston Fiber Optics, Inc. Anniston, AL  $5,097,508 Project BEAR (Broadband for East Alabama Region) is a regional collaboration between local governments, agencies and Anniston Fiber Optics to bring affordable broadband to all areas of the region. Project BEAR and its related project applications are only a first step in development of a regional system to deliver affordable broadband to unserved and underserved areas.
County of Middlesex New Brunswick, NJ  $14,747,588 To construct wireless towers to extend broadband access to under served areas of Middlesex County and to connect anchor institutions of the County including hospitals, educational institutions, public safety agencies sand County offices.
Pine Telephone Company, Inc. Broken Bow, OK  $9,482,316 The project will use innovative wireless technology to deliver affordable broadband service to portions of entirely rural, 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. Pine Telephone Co. will keep rates affordable and will invest free cash flow to expand the system.
Communications Infrastructure Group, LLC Atlanta, GA  $7,701,095 CIG proposes development of 35 tower sites located in rural, underserved Warren County, New York. This network offers a technology-neutral communications infrastructure platform for use by 'for profit" and 'non-profit" broadband providers, including public safety, health care and educational facilities. It provides increased speed and enhanced service to anchor institutions and the community.
City of Sheffield, Alabama Sheffield, AL  $4,092,494 The City of Sheffield would provide wireless broadband access to unserved and underserved residents in rural Alabama. The project would 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.
Carl Sandburg College Galesburg, IL  $1,876,320 The EduNet wireless wide area network is a wireless wide area network that covers 3000 square miles in rural west central Illinois and provides broadband services to Carl Sandburg Community College, the University Of Illinois Knox County Extension Center and fifteen K-12 schools within the College district. The network needs to be expanded to increase bandwidth and expand coverage area.
Residential Data Solutions Killen, AL  $290,000 We are currently providing high speed broadband to approximately 30 rural end users in our area. We are proposing expansion that would encompass installation of 10 tower sites and lease of additional bandwidth to support approximately 300 end users. Currently we provided to our existing customers 750K upload/download for $34.99 per month. We would like to increase bandwidth at no charge as well.
ERF Wireless, Inc. League City, TX  $24,470,800 Expansion of the ERF Wireless network across the state of Louisiana and Eastern Texas in conjunction with the Louisiana State Police to provide high speed broadband services to rural under-served areas across the two states.
S & B Ops Management LLD DBA Skwyave Communication Calhoun, GA  $560,835 S & B Ops Managment's goal is to provide high-speed, broadband, wireless Internet service to rural North West Georgia, particularly the counties of Gordon, Floyd, Whitfield and Murray. By using cost effective point-to-point wireless towers, we will provide always-on reliable service at low cost to otherwise non accessible areas in northwest Georgia.
ConnectGRADD, Inc. Owensboro, KY  $2,098,836 ConnectGRADD, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation committed to expanding individual opportunity through the deployment of broadband Internet infrastructure. The proposed project will allow for the construction of 23 new broadband transmission towers, providing coverage to more than 27,000 citizens and over 11,000 households within rural communities in Western Kentucky.
Leaco Rural Telephone Coop. Inc Hobbs, NM  $5,002,982 Leaco Rural Telephone Cooperative, Inc. proposes to provide wireless broadband services in South Eastern New Mexico and West Texas. The $5,172,325 wireless project provides data and voice services to unserved and underserved rural areas. The shovel ready project will add 7 new construction jobs and 5 sustained jobs.
Poplar Bluff Internet, Inc. Poplar Bluff, MO  $1,499,069 We propose to build a 31 tower, 760 sq mi broadband wireless network to remote, unserved areas covering all of Butler county and touching four bordering counties providing up to 3mb connections to rural American citizens who ONLY HAVE DIALUP service. Includes 31 2.4kW windmills connected to grid at landowner's home PLUS uses Solar to power wireless equipment for a "200% Green" project.
Russellville Electric Plant Board Russellville, KY  $7,449,995 Russellville Electric Plant Board (REPB), a non-profit municipal utility, seeks funding to serve the residents of Russellville via an FTTP network that will provide ultra fast broadband, high quality television and voice-over-IP and to expand its existing wireless broadband network such that it will cover 900+ square miles of rural Logan, Todd & Robertson counties.
Michael R. Lomotta & Co., Inc. (dba LIMOTTAIT.com) Solvang, CA  $1,000,000 One carrier system will be erected in Garey, CA to deliver broadband to un/underserved communities comprised of ag industry, public education and safety entities with less than 500 inhabitants. Subscriber serviceability begins within 18 months of grant approval. LIMOTTAIT.COM, an Alvarion AirPartner, will install Alvarion wireless equipment which received RUS acceptance & "Buy American" status.
Genesys Computer/DesertGate Internet LLC Las Vegas, NM  $     988,982 Genesys Computers/DesertGate Internet LLC proposes to extend terrestrial-based wireless broadband internet service to the remote, unserved areas of North Central San Miguel County and to the population centers and other areas of Mora County, NM by building upon existing network infrastructure in the adjacent service area of Las Vegas, San Miguel County, NM.
2020 Communications, LLC Ypsilanti, MI  $  4,035,670 Wireless Washtenaw currently provides broadband service to about 550 customers in Washtenaw County, MI. This Phase II project will expand its wireless geographic reach within the county, provide more robust capabilities and install fiber optic backhaul and primary resources. Both county and municipal governments are strongly supportive of this initiative.
Cook County Government Chicago, IL  $30,806,467 The project presents an opportunity to expand its Public Safety communication capabilities by providing additional redundancy and bandwidth. The project also presents an opportunity to expand our network capacity and leverage the County's significant investment in its infrastructure to reach the economically depressed and disadvantaged neighborhoods within Cook County.
Gargoyle Technologies, Inc. dba Volo Broadband Urbana, IL  $     788,150 Create a hybrid fiber/wireless backbone of 17 towers with rich backbone provider connectivity to lower the barrier of entry for small local wireless providers.
Eastlight, LLC Fairfield, IA  $  3,836,926 The SE Iowa Rural Wireless Broadband project will serve over 80 small, rural communities with high speed, affordable Internet using proven wireless technology and business experience gained by serving this challenging region of small towns and large farms.
Castillo Technologies, LLC Chandler, AZ  $  5,102,241 Castillo Technologies, LLC will deliver wireless broadband services to the rural, underserved areas of Cottonwood, Camp Verde, Clarkdale and Jerome, Arizona. As an experienced federal contractor, end users will have a choice of providers while serving the highest proportion of rural residents. To improve access by schools, healthcare, and public safety agencies, we will offer service discounts.
CONXXUS, LLC Jerseyville, IL  $38,628,064 The Conxxus Project and Mission is to provide wireless high-speed broadband services to the entire rural areas in the counties and all the rural communities within our service area, which allows all residents, farmers, businesses, all medical facilities, public safety, libraries & government agencies access to a true high-speed broadband service of 2Mbps up & down & greater.
NEW EA, INC. Bismarck, ND  $29,116,776 The project will deploy a state-wide 4G-like mobile broadband network for public safety users, educational campus, businesses and unserved and underserved residents in North Dakota. The system employs an open access architecture providing data rates of 3 Mbps to end user devices, anywhere in the State which support advanced video, data, and voice applications in a mobile environment.
LAT, Inc. Manhattan, MT  $  7,491,650 Provide broadband service to >5,501 square miles of unserved and underserved rural and remote areas by adding wireless access points to an established successfully operating wireless network. The project focuses on providing mid mile and last mile service to rural communities and remote areas at greater than minimum broadband speeds at affordable rates.
Southern Ohio Health Care Network Chillicothe, OH ########### The Connecting Appalachia Initiative offers a comprehensive and sustainable plan to expand broadband availability across 34 underserved rural Ohio counties. Based on an innovative technology package and carrier partnerships, the project will deliver: + Metropolitan-class broadband in towns + Residential fixed-wireless broadband in the rural expanse + Mobile data services for first-responders
Columbus, City of Columbus, OH  $48,707,995 Provide wireless broadband access to public safety agencies, healthcare, education, underserved, and aid in the economic development of the Columbus area. The project entails building a fiber optic back haul that will support last mile wireless access points for the many agencies throughout the area.
ATEC Sanford, FL  $  5,046,400 We are aiming to establish a wireless broadband network to deliver high speed internet service, voice over IP phone service and other IP based services in Bradford and Susquehanna counties in PA.
Galaxie Communications Services, L.L.C. Dodd City, TX  $     781,582 Galaxie will provide wireless broadband to the underserved people, communities, and businesses of the project area. The project will create new jobs, save old jobs, and will have just as dramatic an effect as the REA, by encouraging growth of the population and new businesses with resultant jobs. The project will improve telemedicine, child services, education, and public safety for all.
ONE STOP SOLUTION TAMARAC, FL  $33,168,000 One Stop Solution's goal is to provide technology that will help individuals and business run efficiently, create total mobility, all at a lower costs through the creation of our patent pending software development allowing individuals to communicate live at real time from anywhere, and by providing wireless mobile Internet and phone system to all households and businesses.
City of Dayton, Ohio Dayton, OH  $  7,102,959 A hybrid wireless/fiber network deployed across Dayton's 55 sq. mi. driving broadband services to residents, businesses and community anchor institutions. This network delivers real time mobile communications for healthcare, public safety, utilities and business, promoting efficiency, job growth, broadband adoption and enhancing future economic growth.
The Computer Works Conway, AR  $29,620,082 Expansion of existing Wireless broadband infrastructure and network to include the rural areas of North Central Arkansas.
FairPoint Communications, Inc. Charlotte, NC  $  4,732,930 This BIP/BTOP project will expand high speed broadband to remote, underserved areas of Washington and Hancock Counties in northeast Maine. This is a last mile project that is a critical component of the region's economic development plan. FairPoint Communications, Inc. is the lead applicant, the co-applicant is Northern New England Telephone Operations LLC d/b/a FairPoint Communications - NNE.
Advanced Computer Solutions LLC DBA Advanced Broadband CULLMAN, AL  $     469,527 Using radio technology created right here in the USA (in Schaumburg IL by Motorola), our project delivers broadband internet access averaging a bidirectional 2 mbps to persons in rural populations who have expressed to our group of broadband companies they are in need of service. Using tower sites, our company will build a network at a fraction of the cost of normal infrastructure deployment.
Worldcall Interconnect, Inc West Lake Hills, TX  $14,342,039 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.
Southern Ohio Communication Services, Inc Waverly, OH  $  3,012,317 We will be providing broadband services to the unserved and underserved anchor institutions, businesses, and residents of Adams, Brown, Highland, and Pike counties in Ohio. We will be providing wireless service with service offering speeds up to 3Mbps down and 3Mbps up.
Nsighttel Wireless, LLC Green Bay, WI  $13,778,802 Nsighttel Wireless, LLC (DBA 'Cellcom") will provide both fixed and mobile wireless broadband service to residents and businesses, as well as police, fire and rescue agencies in six Northern Wisconsin counties (Florence, Forest, Langlade, Lincoln, Oneida, Vilas) and three upper peninsula Michigan counties (Delta, Dickinson, Menominee). The project will also include a renewable energy cell site.
Internet America, Inc. Houston, TX  $24,461,857 The key performance parameter of this project will be to bring wireless broadband Internet connectivity to unserved, underserved and rural markets in southeast Texas. Internet America proposes to accomplish this goal by expanding its fixed Point-to-Multipoint wireless infrastructure.
WaveMax Corporation Austin, TX  $     375,000 The WaveMax project will provide public, reliable, fast and affordable wireless broadband Internet access to the end users in Sweeny TX, East Bernard TX, Needville TX and Damon TX. The target communities listed herein were selected based on need and are sure to benefit both economically and in terms of quality of life through the provision of high-capacity bandwidth.
Cal-Ore Telephone Co. Dorris, CA  $     965,000 To provide wireless broadband services in north central Siskiyou County, California to unserved and remote census blocks.Entry level wireless bandwidth speed will be up to 1Mbps down and 512Kbps up, with maximum speed of 15Mbps down and 5Mbps up.
Network Computers Fort Gratiot, MI  $     983,255 This proposed project will involve the comprehensive deployment of wireless broadband internet towers in the Southeastern Lower Peninsula of Michigan known as the "Thumb". This enrichment project will provide total broadband coverage to this region. At this time, this area of Michigan is predominantly rural and unserved.
Barry County Telephone Company Delton, MI  $     898,600 Barry County Telephone is proposing an expansion of it's existing territory into under and unserved areas in Barry, Kalamazoo, and Allegan Counties. We will use licensed wireless equipment and existing fiber for our network infrastructure. We will implement wireless base stations on existing owned towers, existing leased towers, future owned towers, and existing municipal mounting assets.
WaveMAX Corporation Austin, TX  $     425,000 The WaveMax project will provide public, reliable, fast and affordable wireless broadband Internet access to the end users in Briggs TX, Coupland TX, Granger TX, Rockdale TX and Somerville TX. The target communities listed herein were selected based on need and are sure to benefit both economically and in terms of quality of life through the provision of high-capacity bandwidth.
USCOC of Nebraska/Kansas, LLC (lead); Kansas #15 Limited Partnership (collectively referred to as U.S. Cellular) Chicago, IL  $  3,736,460 U.S. Cellular will further its commitment to rural Kansas by providing broadband largely over its existing wireless network. This shovel-ready project can bring the promise of the Internet to rural, underserved and vulnerable populations faster and cheaper than any other technology - while also providing jobs, spurring economic growth and enhancing public safety.
USCOC of Greater Missouri, LLC (referred to as U.S. Cellular) Chicago, IL  $11,227,254 U.S. Cellular will further its commitment to rural Missouri by providing broadband largely over its existing wireless network. This shovel-ready project can bring the promise of the Internet to rural, underserved and vulnerable populations faster and cheaper than any other technology - while also providing jobs, spurring economic growth and enhancing public safety.
USCOC of Nebraska/Kansas LLC (lead); USCOC of Greater Iowa, LLC (collectively referred to as U.S. Cellular) Chicago, IL  $  5,586,414 U.S. Cellular will further its commitment to rural Nebraska by providing broadband largely over its existing wireless network. This shovel-ready project can bring the promise of the Internet to rural, underserved and vulnerable populations faster and cheaper than any other technology - while also providing jobs, spurring economic growth and enhancing public safety.
Diverse Datum, Inc. Gardner, CO  $  4,804,025 Provide wireless broadband connection to remote areas of Alamosa, Costilla, Custer, Fremont, Huerfano, Las Animas, Rio Grande and Saguache counties of Colorado.
City of Salinas Salinas, CA  $13,580,326 The City of Salinas, California, proposes a last-mile infrastructure project to deploy a city-wide wireless network. Our goal is to provide improved broadband access to our underserved community of 155,000 residents and 8,500 businesses, as well as improve our civic services through the enhanced information availability to our City staff.
Castillo Technologies, LLC Chandler, AZ  $  3,214,332 Castillo Technologies, LLC will deliver wireless broadband services to the rural, underserved areas of Payson, Sun Valley, and Christopher Creek, Arizona. As an experienced federal contractor, end users will have a choice of providers while serving the highest proportion of rural residents. To improve access by schools, healthcare, and public safety agencies, we will offer service discounts.
City of Riverside Riverside, CA  $  5,150,195 Provide Public Safety wireless broadband to the entire City of Riverside, California, that also serves free 768kbps/200Kbps wireless to all 300,000 citizens , and provides a 4.9Ghz Public Safety network for mobile applications, a City 2.4Ghz private network for City applications with a self sustaining model through AT&T Wireless Services (AWS).
Tye River Farms, Inc Arrington, VA  $     900,658 This project is to build onto an existing wireless broadband system to serve businesses and homes in Nelson and Amherst counties. The goals are to add additional repeater systems for backhaul and to provide lower cost to home and business end user installations and service fees. The system is to provide a "pay-as-you-go" end user system, combined with dedicated small business broadband services
Fort Valley State University Fort Valley, GA  $36,169,303 The FVSU Rural Georgia Broadband Initiative will provide high-speed wireless broadband services to unserved and underserved communities in 60 Georgia counties. Particular focus will be given to agricultural, educational, training, healthcare, job creation, public safety, senior citizens, and governmental applications and services. The initiative will include 170 antenna sites within the region.
BG Networking, LLC Nashville, IN  $     990,900 Provide a broadband connection to UN served homes and businesses by the means of a fiber optic back haul and a fixed point last mile wireless system. A middle mile fiber back haul will be used to connect critical community facilities such as: fire stations, government offices, police communications, local water utility, the entire county school corporation and new last mile facilities
Worldcall Interconnect, Inc West Lake Hills, TX  $24,601,301 WCX owns the 700 MHZ B-Block License in Warren and Washington Counties in NY. WCX filed for ETC status at the FCC one year ago so it would be eligible for high-cost support based upon its costs and operations, which while larger than average because of terrain, are superior when compared to other technologies. The FCC has not acted on our request and has encouraged us to file for subsidy here.
West Michigan Broadband Fremont, MI  $     998,000 West Michigan Broadband is proposing to deploy last mile broadband Internet services to rural underserved and unserved areas in Newaygo County. A network of towers will be used and available for additional communication equipment
WVVA.net Inc. Rich Creek, VA  $     603,883 This project will provide affordable broadband service to the unserved communities along the Wolf Creek and Route 100 areas of Giles County, including the areas of White Gate, Staffordsville, Trigg, and Prospectdale. Service will be provided utilizing fixed wireless technology.
Vanu Coverage Co. Cambridge, MA  $16,060,783 Vanu Coverage Co. proposes to deploy a multi-standard wireless network and operate as a wholesale provider to existing retail wireless operators. This unique approach will bring voice and broadband data, as well as service provider choice, to unserved and underserved areas in Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, and Maine where broadband deployments previously have been cost-prohibitive.
WiConnect Wireless LLC Reedsburg, WI  $     954,307 High speed wireless broadband infrastructure build-out in Rural Richland County, a rural farming community in the Driftless Areas of Southwest Wisconsin. Leveraging existing agricultural structures to provide neighbor to neighbor broadband connectivity, while impacting the local economics' of this community for years to come.
Long Lines Siouxland, LLC South Sioux City, NE  $25,220,318 Long Lines Siouxland proposes to deploy high-speed wireless broadband services to users in rural underserved areas of NE Nebraska through a combination of 4G wireless service and a fiber network. Continuing a strong history of community partnership, we will provide access at speeds not previously available and rapidly promote broadband usage, create jobs, and stimulate local economies.
WaveMax Corporation Austin, TX  $     191,000 The WaveMax project will provide public, reliable, fast and affordable wireless broadband Internet access to the end users in Stinnett TX and Spearman TX. The target communities listed herein were selected based on need and are sure to benefit both economically and in terms of quality of life through the provision of high-capacity bandwidth.
Ottawa County West Olive, MI  $     524,722 Ottawa County, MI will build these three new communications towers to extend broadband access to a majority of the County's remaining rural, underserved residents, bringing the County to 99 percent broadband coverage. These towers tap into an existing private sector partnership that successfully installed 34 communications towers and now offers broadband service to the majority of County.
TurbotNet (dba of Worldwide Technologies, Inc.) Lexington, MO  $  3,481,394 TurboNet will bring wireless broadband Internet to 2400+ customers in rural, W. Central Missouri in the 2 years of the project. Within 3 years after the project's end, we project 3000 more customers. In Yr. 1, construction will begin immediately; we will retrofit our existing 12 towers, & add 10 new towers to increase our service area. In Yr. 2, we'll add 10 more new towers & more service area.
Navajo Technical College Crownpoint, NM  $  9,382,408 The Internet to the Hogan Project will provide wireless broadband last mile access to individuals, businesses, health facilities, schools, and other organizations located in 32 remote, rural Navajo and Pueblo communities in one of the largest pockets of poverty in the US. Almost no broadband serves these communities. Services include economic development, E-Learning, telemedicine, public safety.
Intelliwave LLC Athens, OH  $  2,279,596 Intelliwave, SE Ohio's largest and most experienced Wireless ISP will leverage BIP funds to sustainably deliver affordable wireless broadband and VoiP phone service to underserved rural Ohio communities in Athens, Fairfield and Pickaway counties. This project will greatly enhance these communities by creating new jobs, increasing educational opportunities and improving access to healthcare.
The City of Sallisaw, Oklahoma Sallisaw, OK  $  6,614,017 The City of Sallisaw, Oklahoma, via the Sallisaw Municipal Authority (a public trust of the City), is applying for ARRA funds to extend the availability, affordability and speed of broadband within the population centers of Sequoyah County, Oklahoma. The City operates an existing FTTP system serving Sallisaw. If funded, the City would extend this system into underserved areas of Sequoyah County.
Princeton Electric Plant Board Princeton, KY  $     998,753 Princeton Electric Plant Board (PEPB) is applying for ARRA funds to extend the availability,affordability and speed of broadband services to the rural population centers surrounding Princeton, KY. PEPB operates awireless broadband system based in Princeton and if funded, would extend the latest wireless broadband technolgy into underserved rural areas in Caldwell and surrounding counties.
Brainstorm Internet, Inc Durango, CO  $  3,354,678 The Northwest New Mexico Community Connect project (Brainstorm Internet, Inc.) will provide 1 - 10 mb of wireless broadband to 33,282 households and 6,691 businesses in rural underserved areas of San Juan County, NM. This project will serve approx. 80 critical community anchor institutions within the proposed funded service area.
City of Quincy FL Quincy, FL  $  8,514,430 The City of Quincy would provide wireless broadband access to underserved residents in rural Florida. The project would 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.
Castillo Technologies, LLC Chandler, AZ  $  3,499,566 Castillo Technologies, LLC will deliver wireless broadband services to the rural, underserved areas of Pinetop-Lakeside, Show Low, Heber-Overgaard, Arizona. As an experienced federal contractor, end users will have a choice of providers while serving the highest proportion of rural residents. To improve access by schools, healthcare, and public safety agencies, we will offer service discounts.
Castillo Technologies, LLC Chandler, AZ  $  2,704,107 Castillo Technologies, LLC will deliver wireless broadband services to the rural, underserved areas of Safford, Thatcher, and Pima, Arizona. As an experienced federal contractor, end users will have a choice of providers while serving the highest proportion of rural residents. To improve access by schools, healthcare, and public safety agencies, we will offer service discounts.
Castillo Technologies, LLC Chandler, AZ  $  1,984,641 Castillo Technologies, LLC will deliver wireless broadband services to the rural, underserved areas of Holbrook, Joseph City, Arizona. As an experienced federal contractor, end users will have a choice of providers while serving the highest proportion of rural residents. To improve access by schools, healthcare, and public safety agencies, we will offer service discounts.
Castillo Technologies, LLC Chandler, AZ  $  3,561,216 Castillo Technologies, LLC will deliver wireless broadband services to the rural, underserved areas of Globe, Miami, and Superior, Arizona. As an experienced federal contractor, end users will have a choice of providers while serving the highest proportion of rural residents. To improve access by schools, healthcare, and public safety agencies, we will offer service discounts.
Castillo Technologies, LLC Chandler, AZ  $  4,394,007 Castillo Technologies, LLC will deliver wireless broadband services to the rural, underserved areas of Douglas, Paul Spur, and Bisbee, Arizona. As an experienced federal contractor, end users will have a choice of providers while serving the highest proportion of rural residents. To improve access by schools, healthcare, and public safety agencies, we will offer service discounts.
Castillo Technologies, LLC Chandler, AZ  $  3,582,300 Castillo Technologies, LLC will deliver wireless broadband services to the rural, underserved areas of Snowflake and Taylor, Arizona. As an experienced federal contractor, end users will have a choice of providers while serving the highest proportion of rural residents. To improve access by schools, healthcare, and public safety agencies, we will offer service discounts.
Castillo Technologies, LLC Chandler, AZ  $  2,094,891 Castillo Technologies, LLC will deliver wireless broadband services to the rural, underserved areas of Winslow, Arizona. As an experienced federal contractor, end users will have a choice of providers while serving the highest proportion of rural residents. To improve access by schools, healthcare, and public safety agencies, we will offer service discounts.
Castillo Technologies, LLC Chandler, AZ  $  3,330,816 Castillo Technologies, LLC will deliver wireless broadband services to the rural, underserved areas of Benson, Whetstone, Huachuca City, Arizona. As an experienced federal contractor, end users will have a choice of providers while serving the highest proportion of rural residents. To improve access by schools, healthcare, and public safety agencies, we will offer service discounts.
Castillo Technologies, LLC Chandler, AZ  $  2,045,391 Castillo Technologies, LLC will deliver wireless broadband services to the rural, underserved areas of Wickenburg, Arizona. As an experienced federal contractor, end users will have a choice of providers while serving the highest proportion of rural residents. To improve access by schools, healthcare, and public safety agencies, we will offer service discounts.
Castillo Technologies, LLC Chandler, AZ  $  1,692,657 Castillo Technologies, LLC will deliver wireless broadband services to the rural, underserved areas of Page, Arizona. As an experienced federal contractor, end users will have a choice of providers while serving the highest proportion of rural residents. To improve access by schools, healthcare, and public safety agencies, we will offer service discounts.
Castillo Technologies, LLC Chandler, AZ  $  2,411,607 Castillo Technologies, LLC will deliver wireless broadband services to the rural, underserved areas of Eagar and Springerville, Arizona. As an experienced federal contractor, end users will have a choice of providers while serving the highest proportion of rural residents. To improve access by schools, healthcare, and public safety agencies, we will offer service discounts.
Castillo Technologies, LLC Chandler, AZ  $  2,463,975 Castillo Technologies, LLC will deliver wireless broadband services to the rural, underserved areas of Parker and Quartzsite, Arizona. As an experienced federal contractor, end users will have a choice of providers while serving the highest proportion of rural residents. To improve access by schools, healthcare, and public safety agencies, we will offer service discounts.
Castillo Technologies, LLC Chandler, AZ  $  1,916,250 Castillo Technologies, LLC will deliver wireless broadband services to the rural, underserved areas of Tusayan and Grand Canyon, Arizona. As an experienced federal contractor, end users will have a choice of providers while serving the highest proportion of rural residents. To improve access by schools, healthcare, and public safety agencies, we will offer service discounts.
Castillo Technologies, LLC Chandler, AZ  $  3,065,317 Castillo Technologies, LLC will deliver wireless broadband services to the rural, underserved areas of Gila Bend, Piedra, and Sentinel, Arizona. As an experienced federal contractor, end users will have a choice of providers while serving the highest proportion of rural residents. To improve access by schools, healthcare, and public safety agencies, we will offer service discounts.
Castillo Technologies, LLC Chandler, AZ  $  3,488,800 Castillo Technologies, LLC will deliver wireless broadband services to the rural, underserved areas of Chino Valley and Pauldenl, Arizona. As an experienced federal contractor, end users will have a choice of providers while serving the highest proportion of rural residents. To improve access by schools, healthcare, and public safety agencies, we will offer service discounts.
Big Island Broadband/Aloha Broadband Inc Ocean View, HI  $     106,505 Aloha Broadband will be providing affordable terrestrial fixed wireless broadband service to the community of South Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. The census blocks we have chosen are not served by any broadband service providers.
Pine Telephone Company, Inc. Broken Bow, OK  $  9,472,078 The project will use innovative wireless technology to deliver affordable broadband service to portions of entirely rural 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.
Emery Telephone Orangeville, UT  $     780,680 Project will consist of isolated areas in Carbon and Emery counties that don't have broadband. They are: Joe's Valley Reservoir, Hiawatha, Green River (long Street and Hastings Street) and a portion of Miller Creek. Isolated solutions will use a mix of Radio and Fiber for backhaul. Local loop will use copper or radio (see each portion for details).
WiConnect Wireless LLC Reedsburg, WI  $     916,596 High speed wireless broadband infrastructure build-out in rural Sauk County, a rural farming community in the Driftless Areas of Southwest Wisconsin. Leveraging existing agricultural structures to provide neighbor to neighbor broadband connectivity, while impacting the local economics' of this community for years to come.
NewMax, LLC dba Intermax Networks Coeur d Alene, ID  $     492,914 This project will provide high-speed Broadband to thousands of unserved and underserved residents in the rural part of Kootenai County, Idaho. The project will be served from an enhanced Lone Mountain (aka Round Mtn.), providing permanent electrical power, increased tower height for distance access, licensed backhauls for stability to rural areas and necessary components for the project.
Global Wireless Communications Tampa, FL  $30,446,400 Deployment of wired and Wireless Infrastructure-Mesh Architecture Advantage Platform backhaul solutions to improve broadband services to community anchor institutions and facilitate job-creation strategies located in State and DOC designated Economic Development districts, Empowerment Zones or Enterprise Community and improve access for public safety agencies and rual underserved communities.
PASTY NET INC Calumet, MI  $  1,825,400 During the last 8 years Pasty.NET has served hundreds of member-subscribers with wireless Internet in extreme remote regions of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Growing demand, aging equipment, and the requirement of higher speeds make it necessary to upgrade or replace much of our existing infrastructure. With increased capacity, additional unserved areas will also have the benefit of broadband.
Cellular Network Partnerships Kingfisher, OK  $  9,438,867 Cellular Network Partners proposes to provide wireless broadband services in northeast Oklahoma and northwest Texas. The $9,438,867 wireless project provides data and voice services to unserved and underserved areas. The shovel ready project will add 11 new construction jobs and 19 sustained jobs.
Pioneer Long Distance, Inc. Kingfisher, OK  $  3,602,671 Pioneer Long Distance, Inc. proposes to provide wireless broadband service in the rural areas of western Oklahoma. The $3,602,671 project provides data services to unserved and underserved areas. The shovel ready project will add 5 new construction jobs and 9 sustained jobs.
Cellular Network Partnerships KINGFISHER, OK  $  1,130,112 Cellular Network Partners proposes to provide wireless broadband services in southwest Kansas. The $1,130,112 wireless project provides data and voice services to unserved and underserved areas. The shovel ready project will add 2 new construction jobs and 1 sustained jobs.
Cross Telephone Company, LLC. Warner, OK  $54,210,874 Project description not provided.
Country Connections LLC Washington Court House, OH  $     995,000 Install the Middle Mile infrastructure for reliable and modern broadband access for residents in the Fayette County Ohio area. Most cities within this area have broadband internet provided by large companies, but the remote residents have been left unserved. This initiative brings the same levels of service to remote households and businesses via a network of towers and wireless technology.
Ohtep LLC Tucson, AZ  $  5,637,031 The Southeastern Arizona Rural Link project (SARL) will provide broadband Internet access to underserved rural areas in Pima, Pinal, Cochise, Graham, and Santa Cruz County Arizona totaling approximately 12,000 square miles. The funding will be allocated to purchase, deploy, and manage wireless broadband hardware and establish interconnection facilities with Tier 1 Internet providers.
ICE Cable Holdings LLC Pagosa Springs, CO  $     785,032 Provide rural, under served Delta County, Colorado competitive broadband service.
WindTalk Inc. Barrington, RI ########### WindTalk will provide broadband data services to rural and remote areas of America. In each community to which we will build service, we will provide broadband to anchor institutions, public safety groups, and critical community organizations. WindTalk will work with the anchor institutions in each community we serve to provide low or no cost service depending on certain criteria.
Flat Wireless, LLC Lubbock, TX  $10,880,000 To provide a large and high quality Wireless Broadband coverage area to rural and under-served areas. To offer the customers in these areas a cost effective solution for broadband internet access. We also wish to provide the flexibility that comes with wireless mobility.
Global Wireless Communnications Tampa, FL  $19,476,264 Deployment of wired and Wireless Infrastructure-Mesh Architecture Advantage Platform backhaul solutions to improve access to broadband services to community anchor institutions and 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.
Hoopa Valley Tribe Hoopa, CA  $  4,830,673 Hoopa Valley Tribe is applying for funding to establish a reservation-wide broadband system that will include affordable wireless access for the general public, as well as higher bandwidth services to strategic institutions such as tribal offices, schools, and medical facilities for the purpose of reducing unemployment, stimulating economic growth, and enhancing educational opportunities.
Big River Broadband, LLC Cape Girardeau, MO  $22,577,610 Big River will deploy a wireless network in eight counties in Southeastern Missouri. The network will cover a population of 220,740. Big River will offer broadband services to rural underserved communities, government offices, education aand other demographics at reasonable prices.
Etheric Networks Incorporated Menlo Park, CA  $  7,293,398 This project will provide a network of approximately 80 base stations ringing the Sacramento Valley from Redding to Bakersfield. It will serve over 1,000,000 underserved users, provide critical sites to public safety and provide a framework to help ISPs create a reliable service. It will provide the best value for investment of any project, due to the ideal nature of terrain and technology.
Northern Community Investment Corporation St. Johnsbury, VT  $11,858,527 Wireless LINC is publicly financed fixed wireless infrastructure which will allow for-profit Internet Service Providers and other vendors to deliver competitive services to the region's businesses and homes. The primary aim is to connect outlying end users who have no broadband connectivity. Our footprint has a low population density and a challenging mountainous terrain.
Northern Community Development Corporation St. Johnsbury, VT  $  9,071,011 Wireless LINC is publicly financed fixed wireless infrastructure which will allow for-profit Internet Service Providers and other vendors to deliver competitive services to the region's businesses and homes. The primary aim is to connect outlying end users who have no broadband connectivity. Our footprint has a low population density and a challenging mountainous terrain.
Concept Development, Inc. Irvine, CA  $  1,059,170 Provide microwave Internet backhaul and last-mile wireless access services to unserved and underserved residential, agricultural and public lands generally in the Santa Ana Mountain areas of Riverside and Orange Counties in Southern California, including areas within the Trabuco District of the Cleveland National Forest.
NanoAmp Solutions, Inc. Santa Clara, CA  $     999,000 NanoAmp Solutions, Inc. designs Radio Frequency (RF) Transceiver chips. Our proposed project is to use our innovative and unique transceiver design in a wireless broadband access point to deliver affordable and easily accessible internet through established cellular networks. Our mobile terminal form factors can utilize existing GSM cellular infrastructure to access wireless broadband internet.
South Georgia Regional Information Technology Authority Arlington, GA  $  7,957,802 SGRITA was created by Georgia Legislators to bring sustainable broadband internet service across the 1,947 Square miles of five S/W Georgia Counties, all Counties of Persistent Poverty where 26.68% (double the US 13%) live in poverty. The proposed project will allow the completion of Last Mile mobile & fixed wireless broadband network by matching funds with previous State grant and local funds.
Big Island Broadband/Aloha Broadband Ocean View, HI  $     106,503 Aloha Broadband will be providing affordable terrestrial fixed wireless broadband service to the community of North Kohala on the Big Island of Hawaii. The census blocks we have chosen are not served by any broadband service providers.
El Paso Community College El Paso, TX  $15,736,682 El Paso Community College in collaboration with El Paso County is proposing to construct and provide wireless broadband Middle and Last Mile access to eleven underserved El Paso County colonia communities: Westway, Vinto, Canutillo, Anthony, Socorro, Clint, San Elizario, Tornillo, Horizon City, Agua Dulce, and Homestead.
Command Connect, LLC Memphis, TN ########### Command Connect, LLC proposes to provide wireless high speed broadband service in rural areas of the South Central region of the US plus the Eastern slope of Colorado. The $214 M wireless project provides a data only broadband service to unserved and underserved rural areas. The shovel ready project will add 621 new construction jobs and 117 sustained jobs.
AP&T Wireless, Inc. Port Townsend, WA  $     560,000 Construct a microwave link between Haines, Alaska and Skagway Alaska and between Ketchikan, Alaska and Metlakatla, Alaska to provide middle mile broadband capacity between each group of communities. The project will provide a redundant communications link to Skagway, and Metlakatla, two very isolated Alaskan towns.
Rivada Sea Lion, LLC Anchorage, AK  $25,333,240 SABRE delivers low cost, high speed broadband and Public Safety interoperability to the inaccessible communities of Southwestern Alaska. The project will dramatically enhance service to individual, community centers, schools, medical clinics and Public Safety organizations. SABRE uses a unique combination of wireless technologies to deliver leading edge connectivity to the proposed service area.
Nez Perce Tribe Lapwai, ID  $  2,476,306 Deployment of a wireless broadband backbone to meet the needs of rural, underserved last mile users; enhance public safety communications and stimulate economic activity across the Nez Perce Tribe Reservation, Idaho.
AlasConnect Fairbanks, AK  $     324,000 The proposed project consists of obtaining materials and building infrastructure for the purpose of offering wireless broadband Internet services to the population of Delta Junction. These Internet services will extend to Fort Greely, Deltana, and Big Delta. A population of up to 4,000 within these rural areas will have access to broadband Internet through this project.
Vanu Coverage Co. Cambridge, MA  $10,383,832 Vanu Coverage Co. proposes to deploy a multi-standard wireless network and operate as a wholesale provider to existing retail wireless operators. This unique approach will bring voice and broadband data, as well as service provider choice, to unserved and underserved areas in Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, and Maine where broadband deployments previously have been cost-prohibitive.
Fairnet LLC Monticello, IN  $     265,442 Fairnet LLC plans to expand and enhance our broadband services for the unserved and underserved in north central Indiana. As a result of expanding high quality, affordable broadband service to the residents and businesses of Carroll County and Prairie Township in White County, it will lead to improving the quality of life for the residents and growing the economic vitality for the community.
Floresville Electric Light and Power System Floresville, TX  $  2,693,467 Floresville Electric Light & Power System (FELPS) will expand its current service offerings by constructing a wireless backhaul network with integrated wireless point to multi-point network. This will offer reliable broadband service to its existing electric territory, 97% of which is unserved.
Vanu Coverage Co. Cambridge, MA  $  6,103,331 Vanu Coverage Co. proposes to deploy a multi-standard wireless network and operate as a wholesale provider to existing retail wireless operators. This unique approach will bring voice and broadband data, as well as service provider choice, to unserved and underserved areas in Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, and Maine where broadband deployments previously have been cost-prohibitive.
Communications Infrastructure Group, LLC Atlanta, GA  $  1,231,892 CIG is proposing to develop six new tower sites located in rural, underserved Dickson County, Tennessee. It will provide increased speeds and enhanced services through a flexible, technology-neutral communications infrastructure for use by all broadband users, including public safety, health care and educational services.
City of Corpus Christi Corpus Christi, TX  $  2,681,115 To implement wireless networking infrastructure to provide internet service for underserved citizens. To also use the wireless network to improve services to all citizens by providing state of the art public safety applications for Police, Fire and EMS responders. To acquire and install wireless mesh routers for internet access and mobile wireless routers for public safety vehicles.
Vanu Coverage Co. Cambridge, MA  $  9,164,122 Vanu Coverage Co. proposes to deploy a multi-standard wireless network and operate as a wholesale provider to existing retail wireless operators. This unique approach will bring voice and broadband data, as well as service provider choice, to unserved and underserved areas in Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, and Maine where broadband deployments previously have been cost-prohibitive.
City of Madison Madison, WI  $16,039,830 This public/private collaborative project provides fiber-optic access to libraries, schools, public safety facilities and community centers, low cost wireless service throughout Madison and free or reduced cost wireless service to vulnerable populations. This project increases educational opportunities, creates jobs, improves public safety and stimulates use of the Internet and new technologies.
St. Louis Broadband, LLC Farmington, MO  $37,222,917 ShowMe Broadband will be a fixed wireless network, encompassing 13 rural counties boarding the New Madrid Fault Zone. We're in an area of geologic vulnerability, an emergency response challenge! Our unique design for a free emergency communications, as well as high speed Internet access for rural areas, is a vital role which is backed by First Responders, like the STL American Red Cross.
Wi2Wi, Inc San Jose, CA  $  7,000,000 Wi2Wi proposes to develop a Micro-Infrastructure Technology comprised of Micro-Access Units and a Micro-Control-Units for the unserved/underserved smaller/Rural communities in US. Wi2Wi's proposed Micro-Access technology is in partciular well-suited for the lower population density communities where unlike the urban areas the number of users are much smaller.
Bloosurf LLC Pocomoke City, MD  $     918,500 The Lower Delmarva Last Mile Network seeks to drive economic growth and job creation through the creation of a wireless last mile broadband network starting in Worcester County and Somerset County, Maryland. The wireless last mile broadband network will provide affordable, reliable and sustainable broadband service for homes, business and anchor community institutions in both counties.
Next Level Solutions Scottsdale, AZ  $18,046,441 White Mountain Apache requires a broadband network to strengthen the vitality of the community's infrastructure, support a more cost effective delivery of tribal services, and promote sustainable economic development opportunities. The proposed network system will be a terrestrial fixed wireless network for residential and commercial use as well as a terrestrial mobile system for public safety.
Government and Educational Broadband Services, Inc. Dallas, TX  $     478,334 This project utilizes wireless high speed broadband equipment to provide backbone capabilities between points of interconnect in Dallas and rural and/or under served markets around Dallas. The broadband backbone will carry traffic for educational purposes and for providing Voice, Video, Tiered broadband Internet, and mobile broadband Internet access in rural counties.
C&G Waldrop Computer Services Demopolis, AL  $     942,000 Meet the high demand for affordable wireless high-speed internet service in various rural areas in West Central Alabama.
ATSI Communications, Inc. San Antonio, TX  $  3,569,380 The South Texas Broadband Technology Project (STBTP)will build out both a wireline and wireless network infrastructure. This infrastructure will allow ATSI to provide last mile services of 2mb to subscribers for wireline and 2mb to wireless end users in the underserved South Texas communities of Crystal City, Devine, Hondo, Lytle, Palmview/Mission, Progresso, San Carlos, Sebastian and Uvalde.
Rural Communities United Malibu, CA  $24,669,700 We are proposing an innovative, scalable wireless last mile solution tailored to rural and frontier communities. Our system is the world's first truly Ethernet system. It enables RCU to offer the first anywhere, anytime IP wireless/mobile broadband access network at up to 300 Mbps, meaning an isolated rural community can have reliable broadband service at a lower cost than traditional offerings.
Institute for Family Health, Inc. NY, NY  $     954,000 A BIP/BTOP application which seeks stimulus funding 1)to expand broadband capability to health care facilities in the service area to 100 Mbps;2)to implement software application at Ellenville Regional Hospital to provide for practice management, Electronic Health Records (EHR);and 3)to provide the Catskill-Hudson Area Health Ed. Ctr. with increased capacity to offer web based continuing ed.
Youth Policy Institute Los Angeles, CA  $11,511,518 The Los Angeles Wireless Broadband Initiative is a partnership among the Youth Policy Institute, Cisco/CDW, the City of Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Unified School District and others to create broadband wireless networks to serve the low-income communities of Pacoima and Pico Union.
North Coast Wireless Communications Wellington, OH  $     234,408 NCWCOM is seeking support of a Last Mile Project in the areas surrounding Castalia, Ohio. Approximately 80% of the households in these communities are underserved and unserved. This request seeks financial support of deployment braodband access in the area and support of the customer premise equiptment for the first 200 subscribers to the access point.
North Coast Wireless Communications Wellington, OH  $     240,896 NCWCOM is seeking support of a Last Mile Project in the areas surrounding Plymouth, Ohio. Approximately 100% of the households in these communities are underserved and unserved. This request seeks financial support of deployment braodband access in the area and support of the customer premise equiptment for the first 200 subscribers to the access point.
Wave Internet Technologies LLC Rolla, MO  $     240,000 To provide affordable broadband wireless internet access to un-served and under-served portions of Phelps and Dent Counties in mid-Missouri where land line cable and DSL services are not likely to become available at any time in the foreseeable future due to remoteness of location, cost, and lack of a dense customer.
RuralNet Wireless, LLC. Tucson, AZ  $     997,979 RuralNet Wireless intends to provide broadband wireless Internet service to remote regions including Indian Reservations, remote ranch lands, and border towns of Southern Arizona. Our goal is to support the needs of families and children who might not otherwise have access to the Internet.
City of Washington Washington, GA  $  4,730,664 Project will include providing a hybrid fiber-wireless broadband network for Washington GA and surrounding areas. The service will deliver broadband services including voice and video when completed. The network will also provide broadband services and video for public service and first responders in the service area.
USA Web Host Kennebunk, ME  $     928,000 WiME I is a proof of concept of 4G as an access network technology for rural Maine, and of naming and associations over IPv6 as a link characteristic-informed, locality-aware technology. ----
Intelligent Information Technology Solutions, Inc. Kingston, NY  $  4,000,000 Utilizing proven technology for deploying micro towers in remote areas, Ulster County Community Wireless will provide wireless CPE internet access to areas unserved by wire line companies due to infrastructure and ROI limitations. Ulster County Community Wireless will provide much needed serviceto homes, businesses, community anchor institutions and first responder agencies.
City of Okmulgee, Oklahoma Okmulgee, OK  $  5,445,503 The City of Okmulgee will provide wireless broadband access to unserved and underserved residents in rural Oklahoma. 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 promotes long-term community economic development and also directly creates 48 jobs.
NanoAmp Solutions, Inc. Santa Clara, CA  $     999,000 NanoAmp Solutions, Inc. designs Radio Frequency (RF) Transceiver chips. Our proposed project is to use our innovative and unique transceiver design in a wireless broadband access point to deliver affordable and easily accessible internet through established cellular networks. Our mobile terminal form factors can utilize future LTE cellular infrastructure to access wireless broadband internet.
Partnership Broadband Justin, TX  $  4,469,736 The Partnership Rural Expansion Project will provide broadband at speeds of 3 Mbps down and 1 Mbps up to a rural area with a density of 13.5 households / sq mi spanning over 10,000 square miles and containing over 53,000 unserved households. This project will achieve 100% coverage across the proposed service area at a cost to the government of $12.44 / household.
Finally Broadband, LLC Seymour, MO  $     861,302 The RSWMBI Project is dedicated to the wireless delivery of value priced broadband Internet service to rural Missouri customers. This project addresses the lack of service and/or choice that is so prevalent in counties with low population density. Also, "available service", in some areas, that can't be procured. The project is designed to cover four counties and census tracts in seven others.
Broadband Associates International Granite Bay, CA  $  3,651,772 The HWY 299 Last Mile Project extends the HWY 299 Middle Mile Project by bringing sustainable, redundant high speed broadband to improve educational, health, economic conditions for more residents, businesses, & educational, health and public safety institutions in unserved/ underserved rural and Native American communities in Humboldt, Trinity and Shasta Counties,in CA through WISPs, DSL & fiber
ESC Data LLC Plano, TX  $28,805,221 To provide broadband access to all citizens in six rural central Texas counties at an affordable price. We will build the infrastructure using wireless technology to bring the residents, businesses and community facilities into the 21st century.
Capacity Provisioning Inc. Port Angeles, WA  $  8,756,495 This is a community oriented wireless mesh network intended to expand the broadband opportunities for residential, business, Government and public saftey. This is also the base for the public safety network and possible remote meter reading in the future.
Ohio PC Solutions, Inc. Cambridge, OH  $  8,300,000 This project will provide wireless broadband to 90+% of residence in Guernsey County, Ohio where broadband is not available or cost effective. The project intends to provide a low cost solutions that everyone can afford. A community WAN will also be setup for members of the community to share information in a centralized location.
FastNet Internet & Computer Services, Inc. Keystone Heights, FL  $     571,688 Provide wireless Internet in areas of Keystone Heights, FL that are currently without broadband Internet.
Skynet Country, LLC Gladewater, TX  $     540,427 This proposal seeks public funding to build-out current wireless coverage further north into adjoining counties. Applicant already services a 95% rural population with wireless broadband access. Funding will reduce high infrastructure costs which prohibit accelerated build-out thus freeing private resources to be used for CPE procurement to increase total households served.
PVT Networks, Inc. Artesia, NM  $56,671,347 PVTN's proposal to meet the federal government's goal of delivering high-speed Internet services to under-served areas in a very rural environment outside of Artesia, NM. The application covers a fixed wireless last mile solution as well as a middle mile fiber backbone for backhaul. Most research points to broadband as a fuse that ignites economic growth, which certainly is our expectation here.
The Ultimate Connection Port Charlotte, FL  $     756,000 Hardee County Wireless Deployment
Standing Rock Telecommunications, Inc. Ft. Yates, ND  $  7,567,806 With Broadband Funding, SRT can implement the Phase II expansion of the system which includes nine new towers and equipment that will provide mobile broadband in the company's service area. The project will enhance business development, while also building out infrastructure that provides critical communication services to residents, schools, government, healthcare facilities, and public safety.
Ranch Wireless, Inc. Seguin, TX  $     998,000 Extending fixed wireless coverage to unserved and underserved areas of rural South Texas.
4SIWI LLC Marion, IL  $     246,851 4SIWI, LLC wishes to expand current coverage area of their network into new regions in the surrounding 6 counties. This expansion will be focused from wireless tower sites located in Akin, Corinth, Devil's Kitchen, Deering/Parrish, Mulkeytown, Royalton. This project is to build Wireless Tower sites in regions where current phone lines are inadequate to facilitate DSL services and cable is
ACCESSCOM, INC Houma, LA  $  3,267,000 AccessCom seeks to deploy a state-of-the-art 20 Meg wireless solution utilizing 33 Hot Spots fed by Fiber which will provide underserved residents along the two primary evacuation routes serving Terrebonne Parish.
City of Orange Beach Orange Beach, AL  $     995,552 A BTOP Grant Application from the City of Orange Beach, Alabama to provide an enhanced public-safety system that consists of broadband infrastructure, closed-circuit camera systems and other ancillary equipment. This system is designed to enhance Homeland Security at a very vulnerable port of entry into the United States at the border where South Alabama meets the Gulf of Mexico.
Beaver Island Broadband Inc. Beaver Island, MI  $     996,575 A Public-Private Partnership, Beaver Island Broadband Incorporated (St. James, Peaine Townships & Cherry Capital Connection), to provide Wireless Internet Service addressing the unserved and underserved areas within Emmet and Charlivoix Counties of Remote Northwest Michigan. This project develops a Wi-Fi broadband network for the last-mile service areas.
The Ultimate Connection Port Charlotte, FL  $     756,000 Desoto County Wireless Broadband Deployment

 

 

 

 

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