Feds make network backbone priority in new stimulus grants

04/28/2010 | ConnectedPlanetOnline.com

The NTIA closed out its first round of broadband-stimulus funding Monday, disclosing that it had awarded eight of its nine awards to infrastructure projects, with five grants going to wireless-broadband applicants. Other awards went to: Williamstown, Ky., for a fiber-to-the-home project; Critical Hub Networks for a network to serve Puerto Rico; and Pend Oreille County, Wash., for a fiber-based network. The NTIA has earmarked $1.2 billion out of its $4.7 billion allotment.

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