Close to 9,000 homes in the area will be able to have broadband internet access after the project.
According to the statistics, nearly 1,000 businesses in the area will be able to have an internet presence. People will have faster internet connection as opposed to the dialup internet which is much or less of a slow internet access. About 35 institutions around the area such as hospitals, police stations, and public libraries will be able to have a broadband internet access as at the end of the project.
The company who will handle the contract known as CimTel (normally spell Cimarron Telephone Company) will be able to carry out this tasks by supplying a FTTP (fiber-to-the-premises) by using different technologies like AE (active Ethernet) and GPON (gigabit passive optical network) for the connection.
Mr. Gene Baldwin, the vice-president of the CimTel said
“Having deployed fiber already in other parts of our network, we know how transformational a powerful broadband infrastructure can be for the communities served.”
He also boasted that the number of home-based businesses that will be created after the time when there’s more access to the broadband internet connection will become more than how it was presently.
[Source from BroadbandExpert]