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    August 1, 2007

Governor Establishes Broadband Ohio Network To Expand High Speed Internet Access in Ohio - The interesting part:

"The order directs the Ohio Broadband Council to coordinate efforts to
extend access to the Broadband Ohio Network to every county in Ohio.
And the order allows public and private entities to tap into the
Broadband Ohio Network all with a goal of expanding access to
high-speed internet service in parts of the state that presently don't
have such service."

posted by jshriver to politics at 9:05 P.M. EST     (2 Comments)

Comments ...

So, that eliminates the need for Toledo to pursue it's own network?

I'm not the most tech-savvy person, so I'm asking: There's no mention of the network being wireless. Is that assumed?


posted by miked918 at 08:53 A.M. EST on Thu Aug 02, 2007     #

There is actually more in line to make dial-up statewide.

Making it free to everyone isn't as convenient to internet users but it's a tremendous stride to helping more lower class citizens get access which is always a good thing.

posted by MikeyA at 09:49 A.M. EST on Thu Aug 02, 2007     #

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