Georgia citizens seize opportunity to expand broadband

The $7.2 billion in federal broadband stimulus money Congress authorized for rural broadband development is still in transit, but a group of citizens in rural Georgia isn't waiting. The organization, representing local governments, schools and businesses, has already dramatically improved broadband access via a new wireless broadband network. Check out the story, the first in a new series from FierceBroadbandWireless on deployment of wireless broadband in rural areas. Special feature

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