An Introduction to the Aerial Lineman Job

You may not have given much thought to what it takes for our beloved electronics like mobile phones, tablets, computers and gaming consoles to work. Streaming your favorite movie, browsing through YouTube, or sending memes to your friends can be done in seconds, with just the click of a button. High-speed internet exists thanks to skilled professionals who maintain telecommunication structures and install new fiber optic cables.

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High-Speed Internet in a Post-Pandemic Life

For those of us who live in urban or suburban areas, navigating life without high-speed internet is truly unthinkable. How tough would life have been if the internet had not been around during the pandemic? Just a fair bit of research on previous pandemics will leave you feeling deeply grateful.

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Fiber Optic Cables: Miles to Go in the Midst of Covid-19 Pandemic

A year into the COVID-19 pandemic, we have finally been at the receiving end of some hopeful news. With people slowly adjusting to the new normal, and restaurants and businesses resuming operations owing to the ease in lockdowns, worries that once pertained to the pandemic have started to wane. The more pressing issue now is that of joblessness.

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How Our Fiber Projects Can Help Face EdTech Challenges

The term “digital divide” best describes the invisible yet very real wall that separates the students and teachers of rural America from the rest of the country

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National OnDemand is Bringing Fiber to the Farm, and the Farm to the Future

The internet is now regarded as one of life’s necessities. With a phenomenon like the “Internet of Things” gaining popularity, having access to high-speed internet has become imperative to economic stability and growth within a region. While fiber optic cable has been laid across the US, and the country has embraced digital transformation…

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How Social Lives of East Texans Will Soon Change

Almost 52% of Rural Residents across America use the internet, but they are not happy. While we munch on popcorn and binge-watching shows on Netflix using a high-speed internet connection, it is hard to imagine that rural Americans are still trying to get their dial-up internet to work to send an email.

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