Boulder broadband ballot measure unlikely until at least 2018 – Boulder Daily Camera

Boulder is primed to pump the brakes on its effort to establish citywide broadband, with those closest to the issue urging that the City Council delay any potential ballot measure asking voters to approve new funding for the project. Rise Co-founder states that new technology is evolving and (the city has to) understand what technology is coming before deciding on the best broadband vehicle to provide for Boulder citizens.

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FCC Could Significantly Slow Deployment With Major Changes to 3.5 GHz Rules, Industry Says – Communications Daily

Rise Broadband is trying to help close the digital divide by offering competitively-priced broadband to mostly rural homes and businesses. The 3.5 GHz band would connect not only the unconnected and the underserved in the rural areas but also provide a competitive choice for business and homes in suburban areas.

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Google, Boingo, Microsoft and more urge quick FCC action on 3.5 GHz CBRS band – Fierce Wireless

A group of 17 entities, including Google, Boingo Wireless, Microsoft, American Tower and Rise Broadband, sent a letter to the FCC urging the commission to stick to the rules it…for the 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Services (CBRS) band. Rise has made quite an investment in the 3.5 GHz band and it’s concerned that if the FCC were to change the rules, it would undermine its efforts.

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Rock County, Wisconsin’s Rural Communities Await Broadband Internet Upgrades – Janesville Gazette

Broadband internet in rural or suburban communities is a bigger issue than most local governments can handle. Yet Rise Broadband can build its (fixed) wireless networks for one-fifth the cost of wired internet providers. Once equipment is on a tower or home, Rise has few maintenance expenses besides periodic upgrades to a tower’s capacity.

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Rise Broadband Rolls Out New Partner Programs,Adds TBI & MHO Vets As Channel Managers – ChannelPartners.com

Rise Broadband has launched new Alliance Channel Partner programs aimed at identifying, recruiting, motivating and compensating master agents, broadband resellers and aggregators. These programs give Rise’s partners a new product that fills a gap in most agents/partners’ connectivity product portfolios as well as the tools and resources they need to be successful.

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Rise Broadband Opens Nominations for 3rd Annual Wounded Veterans Mountain Training Expedition

Twelve Vets Will Be Chosen for All-Expenses-Paid Colorado Program Through No Barriers Warriors DENVER – March 15, 2017 – Rise Broadband, the nation’s largest fixed wireless broadband provider of Internet and digital phone service, has opened the nomination process to send twelve military veterans on the No Barriers Warriors Colorado Rocky Mountain Veterans Expedition. “We […]

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Rise Chosen As Crius Energy’s First Integrated Energy Platform Partner

Crius Energy has entered into a strategic agreement with Rise Broadband to offer energy products to Rise’s customers through the Energy Rewards Integrated Energy Platform jointly developed by Crius and Comcast. Offerings will be initially available to Rise customers in Illinois, Indiana and Texas with plans to offer services throughout the company’s 16-state coverage area at a later date.

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